Privacy Policy

Who are we?

We are GCG Real Estate, and our website is

What information do we collect and why?

Contact forms: If you contact us through our forms, we will collect your name and contact information to respond to your inquiries and keep you updated on our properties and services. You can opt out of communication at any time.

Browsing data: We use cookies to track how you use our website, but these cookies do not store any personal information. They simply help us understand how visitors interact with our site so we can improve it.

Company setup information: When making an investment through us, we collect and share the information required for company formation only, with the designated legal entities required by law. We only share this information with your full knowledge and consent.

We never:

Sell your information to third parties.

Share your financial information with anyone.

How long do we keep your information?

We store contact information as long as you are interested in our services. You can always request to have your information deleted.

What control and rights do I have over my data stored with you?

You can request to see and receive a copy of your information that we hold about you, at any time. You can ask us to delete it (except for legal or security reasons) and opt out of receiving communication from us at any time.

How do we protect your data?

We take data security seriously. Your information is encrypted and stored on secure servers. We have procedures in place to deal with any potential data breaches.

What happens in case of a data breach?

We have procedures in place to handle data breaches, including notifying affected individuals, regulators, and law enforcement, as required by law.

What data do we receive from third parties?

We receive information about the properties we advertise from our partners.

We do not buy third party data that relates to marketing lists and contact information.

Do we use your data for automated decision-making or profiling?

No, we do not use your data for automated decision-making or profiling.

We comply with all relevant data privacy regulations, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

We are committed to protecting your privacy and using your information responsibly.

If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please contact us.


Any questions

What is affordable housing?

Affordable housing refers to housing units designed to be accessible to low- and moderate-income families, typically costing no more than 30% of their gross income.

The definition of “affordable” typically varies depending on location and income levels but generally encompasses rent or purchase prices that don’t exceed a certain percentage of a household’s income.

What is Section 8 housing in the US?

Section 8 is a federal rental assistance program in the US run by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that helps low-income families and individuals afford decent and safe housing in the private market. 

The program provides eligible households housing choice vouchers that cover a portion of the rent directly to the landlord, with the tenant paying the remaining amount. Property owners who participate in Section 8 agree to rent units to qualified individuals and families at a rate approved by the program.

How can I invest in Section 8 housing?

There are several ways to invest in Section 8 housing:

  1. Direct ownership: You can purchase a property approved for Section 8 and rent it to a qualified tenant using a voucher and receive rent subsidized by the government.
  2. Real estate investment trusts (REITs): REITs pool investor funds to purchase and manage income-producing real estate, including affordable housing.
  3. Limited partnerships: Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) offer another option for investors to pool resources and invest in affordable housing projects.
What is the difference between multi-family and single-family properties?

Single-family property: This refers to a standalone house or unit designed for and rented to one household.

Multi-family property: This refers to a property containing multiple dwelling units, such as a duplex, apartment building, or condominium complex. Multi-family properties offer the potential for higher rental income but typically require different management strategies and considerations compared to single-family homes.

What is the difference between buying and flipping houses?

Buying and holding: This involves purchasing a property to keep it as a long-term investment, generating rental income and potentially appreciating in value over time.

Flipping: This involves buying a property, renovating it to increase its value, and then selling it quickly for a profit. This is a more hands-on strategy with higher risks and rewards compared to buying and holding.

How much do I need to start investing in affordable housing real estate?

The minimum investment required varies depending on the chosen method. Direct ownership typically requires a higher initial investment for the property purchase, and renovation up to Section 8 standards, while other options like REITs might have lower minimum investment amounts.

Do I need to be a US citizen to invest and own the property?

No, US citizenship is not a mandatory requirement for investing in affordable housing in the US. However, specific restrictions or regulations might apply depending on the investment method and your residency status.

It’s crucial to consult with a professional to understand the legal and tax implications for non-citizens.

Do I need to pay US tax as an overseas investor?

This depends on the type of investment, your residency status, and any applicable tax treaties between your home country and the US.

Consulting with a tax professional specializing in international investments is highly recommended.