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RGPT Prospectus

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Rodin Global Property Trust, Inc. (“Rodin Global”), is a public, non-traded real estate investment trust (“REIT”) that intends to invest in and manage a diversified2 portfolio of income-producing net leased commercial properties located in the United States and select European countries.3

POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF INVESTING IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

  • CURRENT INCOME

    Commerical real estate rental income may support monthly distributions

  • Strong Risk-Adjusted Returns

    Commercial real estate may generate high current income while maintaining an attractive risk / return profile

  • Lower Portfolio Volatility

    Adding non-correlated investments to a diversified portfolio may help reduce the overall volatility of that portfolio

  • Inflation Protection

    Historically, commercial real estate has provided a hedge against inflation

  • Portfolio Diversification

    Adding a non-correlated asset class to an investment portfolio may help increase diversification

  • Capital Appreciation

    Commercial real estate has the potential to appreciate in value over the long-term

TARGETING OPERATIONALLY SIGNIFICANT PROPERTIES

An operationally significant property is one that is essential to the tenant’s core business and critical to their financial performance. We intend to target operationally significant properties that have undergone substantial tenant improvements and are strategically located.

  • Corporate Headquarters

  • Distribution Facilities

  • Healthcare Properties

  • Standalone Retail Stores

  • Government Properties

  • Industrial Facilities

FOCUSING ON NET LEASE REAL ESTATE

  • Minimal Operating Expenses

    In a typical net lease, most if not all, operating expenses are the responsibility of the tenant

  • TENANT

    • Investment grade or credit worthy
    • Proven business model
    • Recognizable brand
  • Corporate Leases

    Long-term corporate leases can minimize vacancy and provide stable income

  • LEASE

    • Long-term contract
    • Corporate guaranty
    • Rent escalations
  • Strategically Located

    Net lease properties are typically revenue generating locations that are critical to the tenant’s core business

  • LOCATION

    • Newer construction or remodeled
    • Currently generating income
    • Strong regional dynamics

DISCIPLINED INVESTMENT PROCESS

  • SOURCING / SCREENING

    • Direct relationships with property owners
    • Access to corporate real estate decision makers
    • Insight into global real estate and capital markets
  • DUE DILIGENCE / UNDERWRITING

    • Focus on real estate fundamentals
    • Deep dive into credit metrics
    • Residual value analysis
    • Disposition / refinance analysis
    • Refinance analysis
  • INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

    • Two-tier approval process
    • Proven investment discipline
    • Risk management and oversight
  • ACQUISITION

    • Direct access to deal flow
    • Real-time pricing intelligence
    • Deep institutional relationships
  • PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT

    • Asset and portfolio monitoring
    • Property and facilities management
    • Credit surveillance
    • On-going disposition / refinance analysis

UNITED STATES AND EUROPEAN FOCUS

We believe the United States and select European markets continue to present attractive net-lease investment opportunites.

GLOBAL COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE AND CREDIT RATING BY COUNTRY

Source: International Monetary Fund, Rosen Consulting Group

73%

of the world’s commercial real estate, based on asset value, is located in North America (primarily the United States) and Europe

Source: Savills Research, Rosen Consulting Group

46%

of world GDP is produced by the United States and the European Union

Source: The World Bank, Rosen Consulting Group

266

Fortune 500 companies are located in the United States and Europe

Source: Rosen Consulting Group

1 Billion +

people live in the United States (321M) and Europe (738M)

Source: United Nations Population Division

THE OPPORTUNITY

The current low interest rate environment continues to provide attractive financing for commercial real estate.

Single Tenant United States Cap Rate Spread to 10-Year Treasury Bond

Source: Federal Reserve Board, Real Capital Analytics, Rosen Consulting Group

OFFERING HIGHLIGHTS

OFFERING SIZE Up to $1.25 billion
(Includes $250 million reserved for Distribution Reinvestment Plan)
MINIMUM INVESTMENT $2,500
DISTRIBUTION FREQUENCY4 Monthly
(Subject to board declaration)
TAX REPORTING 1099-DIV
Pricing
CLASS A CLASS T CLASS I
Sales Commissions 6.0% 3.0% -
Dealer Manager Fees 3.0% 3.0% 1.5%
Sponsor Support5 (4.0%) (4.0%) (1.5%)
Sponsor to pay a portion of the underwriting compensation in an amount up to 4.0% of Gross Offering Proceeds.
SUITABILITY REQUIREMENTS $250,000 net worth or $70,000 net worth and $70,000 annual gross income. Higher suitability in certain states. Please refer to the prospectus.
SHARE PRICING The Net Asset Value (NAV) is calculated quarterly. The Offering Price is derived from the NAV as follows: Offering Price = NAV + Upfront Selling Commissions + Dealer Manager Fees − Sponsor Support
DISTRIBUTION REINVESTMENT PLAN Up to $250 million

SHARE REPURCHASE PROGRAM

(as a percentage of NAV, pro-rata redemptions, monthly availability)

BEFORE YEAR 1 96% of NAV
AFTER YEAR 197% of NAV
AFTER YEAR 298% of NAV
AFTER YEAR 399% of NAV
AFTER YEAR 4100% of NAV

Shares redeemed at purchase price in case of death or qualifying disability.

Repurchases are limited to 10% per year and 2% per month of the combined NAV of all classes of shares as of the last calendar day of the previous calendar year or month, respectively; the program may be modified, suspended or terminated at any time upon ten-days prior written notice to stockholders.