Bluerock Total Income+ Real Estate Fund Announces 34th Consecutive Quarterly Distribution at a 5.25% Annualized Rate

NEW YORK, June 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund (“TI +”, ticker: TIPRX, TIPPX, TIPWX, TIPLX) ​​has a payout of $ 0.4025 per share, or 1.31% for the quarter based on the share price of $ 30.67 (A shares) for registered shareholders June 17, 2021. This distribution amount corresponds to an annualized rate of 5.25% * based on the current share price and thus marks the 34th quarterly distribution of the fund in a row. Since its inception in 2012, TIPRX has paid $ 12.58 of distributions to its shareholders. In addition to these quarterly distributions, the TIPRX NAV has increased approximately 23% from $ 25 to $ 30.67 per share (as of December 6, 2021).

“The fund continues to demonstrate its ability to provide consistent and attractive cash distributions to shareholders in a variety of market conditions since 2012. With inflation looming, we believe the fund is better positioned than traditional income investments as an income generator, but has also had a history of generating wealth and sustaining tax efficiency and growth benefits beyond the constant annual payout rate of 5.25 % went out “said Jeffrey Schwaber, CEO of Bluerock Capital Markets. “We are also proud to announce that the fund has achieved a total return of over 8% since September 2020, which supports our forecast that institutional private real estate will rebound strongly from the recession,” added Schwaber.

Since its inception, TI + has achieved its stated goals, including ongoing income and capital appreciation, as well as low correlation and low volatility compared to the broader markets.

The net assets under management for TI + are approx. $ 2.6 billion from June 18, 2021. TI + currently holds positions in 25 private equity and 2 private debt real estate investments with an underlying value of approx. $ 228 billion (Holdings are subject to change at any time and should not be viewed as investment advice) 1

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Net performance of the TI + A unit fund

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The returns shown are the total net return: Expressed as a percentage, the total return is calculated by dividing the price change, possibly the reinvestment of all income and capital gains distributions during the period, by the starting price. Returns greater than one year are annualized.

1 The maximum sales charge for Class A Shares is 5.75%. Investors may be entitled to a waiver or a reduction in the initial charge.
2 is the launch date of the fund October 22, 2012.

The performance data cited here represent past performance. The current performance can be lower or higher than the performance data given above. The return on investment and the net present value fluctuate, so that units can be worth more or less than their original acquisition costs when they are redeemed. For performance information by the end of the month, please call the toll-free number 1-888-459-1059. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

The total annual operating expense ratio of the Fund, before fee waivers or reimbursements, is 2.18% for Class A, 2.93% for Class C, 1.93% for Class I and 2.42% for Class L of its fees to reduce and / or take over expenses of the fund, at least up to January 31, 2022 for Class A, C, I and L Shares to ensure that the annual net operating expenses of the Fund are 1.95% for Class A, 2.70% for Class C and 1.70% for Class I and 2, Not to exceed 20% for class L of the average daily net assets of the fund attributable to classes A, C, I or L units, subject to possible redemption by the fund in future years. Please read the fund’s prospectus for further details on the exemption. The performance of a fund, especially for very short periods of time, shouldn’t be the only factor influencing your investment decisions. Fund performance and distributions are shown net of fees.

The Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund is a closed interval fund that invests the majority of its assets in institutional private equity real estate securities, which are generally only available to institutional investors who meet the multi-million dollar minimum investment criteria. As of the first quarter of 2021, the value of the underlying properties held by the securities in which the Fund is invested will be approximately $ 228 billion, including investments managed by Ares, Blackstone, Morgan Stanley, Principal, Prudential, Clarion Partners, Invesco and RREEF, among others. The minimum investment in the fund is $ 2,500 ($ 1,000 for pension plans) for shares of classes A, C and L.

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About the Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund
The Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund offers private investors access to a portfolio of institutional real estate stocks managed by first-class fund managers. The fund seeks a comprehensive real estate portfolio that offers a combination of current income, capital preservation, long-term capital appreciation and improved portfolio diversification with low to moderate volatility and low correlation to the broader equity and bond markets. The fund uses an exclusive partnership with Mercer Investment Management, Inc., the world’s leading advisor for foundations, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds and family offices worldwide with over 3,300 clients worldwide and over $ 15.0 trillion in advisory capacity.

Investing in the Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund involves risk, including loss of capital. The Fund intends to invest in a number of real estate securities which may incur additional fees and expenses, including management and performance fees, for the Fund that could adversely affect returns and expose the Fund to additional risks, including a lack of control, as further described in the prospectus.

* The fund’s distribution policy provides for quarterly distributions to shareholders. The amount of the quarterly distributions (including any capital repayment) is not fixed and this distribution policy is subject to change. Shareholders should not assume that the Fund’s distribution will be net income. All or part of the distributions will consist of a principal repayment based on the nature of the distributions from the underlying holdings, primarily real estate investment trusts. The final determination of the source and tax characteristics of all distributions takes place at the end of each year. Shareholders should note that the capital repayment will reduce the tax base of their shares and potentially increase the taxable profit, if any, on the disposal of their shares. There is no assurance that the Company will continue to announce dividends or will proceed at these rates. There can be no assurance that any investment will effectively achieve the Fund’s investment objectives, generate positive returns or prevent losses.

Limited liquidity will only be made available to Shareholders through the Fund’s quarterly repurchase offers for at least 5% of the Fund’s Shares outstanding at Net Asset Value. There is no guarantee that shareholders will be able to sell all of the shares they wish in a quarterly repurchase offer. The Fund’s quarterly repurchase of its Shares will typically be financed from available cash or sales of securities in the Portfolio. Selling securities to buy back the Fund could lower the market price of those securities which in turn would decrease the Fund’s Net Asset Value.

Investors should carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, fees and expenses of the Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund. This and other important information about the fund are contained in the prospectus, which is available online at The Bluerock Total Income + Real Estate Fund is distributed by ALPS, Inc. The prospectus should be read carefully before investing. Bluerock Fund Advisor, LLC is not affiliated with ALPS, Inc.

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