8342 Schaefer Highway, Detroit, MI 48228

Asset Price: $203,333.33

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Property Highlights

  • Expected Yield

  • Rent per Token

    $6.40 / year
  • Token Price

  • Total Tokens

  • Property Type

    Multi Family
  • Neighborhood

    Joy - Schaefer
  • Square Feet


All financial statements of property yield are best estimates based on current conditions, and can change at any time.

We are targeting the above equity multiple for investors; however, no assurance can be given that you will obtain any return on investment, and there is a risk that you can lose your entire investment.


  • Gross Rent / year

  • Gross Rent / month

  • Monthly Costs

    - $925.88
    • Property Management (8.00%)
      - $244.80
    • RealT Platform (2.00%)
      - $61.20
    • Property Taxes
      - $250.00
    • Insurance
      - $81.29
    • Utilities
      - $189.42
  • Net Rent / month

  • Net Rent / year

  • Asset Price

  • Expected Yield


Maintenance Reserve

About the Property

8342 Schaefer is a quadruplex located less than a mile from five schools in a family-friendly neighborhood. When looking at the post-Covid world, we believe that the ability to isolate yourself in comfort, with a little touch of green as a back or front-yard, will be very much in demand. Single-family homes will also be in demand, as opposed to large multi-family buildings where isolation is nearly impossible. A quadruplex like 8342 Schaefer offers the possibility of distancing and isolation with a small group like an extended family or a group of friends—what we now call “confinement together”—and also creates economies of scale that you cannot achieve with the expenses of a single-family home. We believe this format strikes an ideal balance for renters in the post-Covid world.

Three of Schaefer’s four apartments are Section 8, and the fourth has a long-time tenant that pays more often than not. When the tenant is unable to pay rent, the property management company hires him to take care of maintenance work on the quadruplex, like cutting the grass, taking care of the common areas for two weeks or a full month, and fixing any fixable items to the other tenants’ satisfaction. This has been an advantageous compromise that has resulted in a stable arrangement for years. The property manager then credits the tenant’s account with the money earned and applies it toward his rental payment, which is then sent to the landlord. This is fine in a small multi-family like a quadruplex. So far, even if this has created some irregularities, rent has always been paid by month’s end.


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Why Detroit?


Detroit, one of the fastest growing major cities in America and best kept real estate secrets, is rich with history, and  possesses a colorful cultural fabric. Despite being among the 15 largest metro areas in the US, Detroit drivers spend the least amount of time in traffic during peak periods. Beyond automotive innovation, Detroit is home to dozens of startup incubators, and is surging on Inc.’s list of top 50 cities to start a business*. Root for the Lions, Tigers, Pistons and Red Wings, or enjoy the outdoors with over 200 miles of hiking trails nearby, 9 state parks, and over 3200 miles of coastline to explore.

There’s something for everyone here, because Detroit is for everybody.

The Interests, in the form of Series #1 RealTokens and future series of RealTokens, being offered are highly speculative in nature, involve a high degree of risk and should be purchased only by persons who can afford to lose their entire investment. There can be no assurance that the Company’s business objectives will be achieved or that a secondary market would ever develop for the Interests, whether via the RealToken Website, via third party registered broker-dealers or otherwise. Investing in private placements requires high risk tolerance, low liquidity concerns, and long-term commitments. The Interests being sold are not FDIC insured, may lose value, and there is no bank or other guarantee.