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Renewable Energy. Environmental protection, renewable, sustainable energy sources
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Hydrogen factory concept. Hydrogen production from renewable energy sources
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Suburb Houses
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At ASTERA REIT, we are committed to responsibly investing in renewable energy and helping to create a sustainable future. Join us in making a positive impact on the environment and support a cleaner, greener tomorrow. Invest in renewable energy with us today and help make the world a better place.

 STRATEGY

At ASTERA REIT, we are committed to building a sustainable future by providing access to renewable energy sources. Our experienced and committed senior management team have a proven track record in renewable energy investments. We are dedicated to making investments that reduce carbon emissions and create long-term financial returns for our investors. Our portfolio of investments includes solar, battery storage and alternative fuel stations, and we are always looking for new opportunities to expand our reach.

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MARKET TRENDS

ASTERA REIT is the go-to source for investors who want to stay up-to-date on the latest trends in renewable energy real estate investments in 2023. We provide comprehensive analysis and insight into the renewable energy sector, and offer our clients the opportunity to invest in the most promising renewable energy projects.

We aim to make the process of investing in renewable energy a seamless one, and to provide our investors with the best return on their investments. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality of service and analysis in the renewable energy sector.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Non-traded REITs do not trade on a national securities exchange, and therefore, are generally illiquid. Early redemption of non-traded REIT shares is often very limited, and fees associated with the sale of these products can be higher than other asset classes. In some cases, periodic distributions may be subsidized by borrowed funds and include a return of investor principal. This is in contrast to the distributions investors receive from large corporate stocks that trade on national exchanges, which are typically derived solely from earnings. Investors typically seek income from nontraded REIT distributions over a period of years. Upon liquidation, return of capital may be more or less than the original investment depending on the value of assets. Distributions received from a REIT, including distributions that are reinvested pursuant to a distribution reinvestment plan, will generally be taxed as ordinary dividend income to the extent they are paid out of current or accumulated earnings and profits. The current maximum U.S. federal income tax rate for distributions payable by corporations to domestic stockholders that are individuals, trusts or estates is 20% (plus a 3.8% “Medicare tax” surcharge). Distributions payable by REITs, however, generally are taxed at the ordinary income tax rate applicable to the individual recipient, rather than the maximum 20% income tax rate, subject to certain applicable deductions. However, if a long-term capital gain is recognized upon the sale of an asset, a portion of distributions may be designated and treated as a long-term capital gain. In addition, some portion of distributions may not be subject to tax in the year received due to the fact that depreciation expense reduces earnings and profits but does not reduce cash available for distribution. Amounts distributed in excess of earnings and profits will reduce the tax basis of an investment and will not be taxable to the extent thereof on a current basis, and distributions in excess of tax basis will be taxable as an amount realized from the sale of shares of common stock. This, in effect, would defer a portion of taxes payable until the investment is sold or the REIT is liquidated, at which time one may be taxed at capital gains rates. However, each investor’s tax considerations is different and consulting a tax advisor is recommended. Any of the data provided herein should not be construed as investment, tax, accounting or legal advice.

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