Experience Covercy: the ultimate convergence of banking and investment management. Our pioneering investment management software is the first of its kind to integrate seamlessly with banking solutions, empowering GPs with unparalleled automation, payments, and reconciliation features.
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Covercy is the first commercial real estate investment management software to integrate fully with third-party banking providers, offering unique benefits to general partners (GPs) and deal sponsors.
Investor Portal Keeps LPs Happy: Offer your LPs a simple, intuitive investor portal to stay updated on their asset performance, inform them of new deal opportunities, and share important documents securely.
Make Distribution Payments Quickly & Easily: Covercy's banking integration means GPs can instantly move money via ACH into LP bank accounts within the Covercy software. Completely customizable waterfall models. No more cumbersome NACHA files or wire transfers that get lost along the way.
High Yield APY on Univested Capital: Covercy is the only commercial real estate investment management software that gives GPs and LPs the ability to open high-yield FDIC-insured cash accounts right within the software. Uninvested or uncalled capital that might otherwise sit idle can earn you a high APY without tying up cash in inaccessible accounts - only with Covercy.
During the demo, we'll show you how Covercy's uniquely integrated banking solutions, elegant investor portal, and one-click payment distributions make this platform the top choice for commercial real estate GPs around the world.
Pay your investors directly into their bank accounts with a one-click calculation.
Share documents and keep investors up-to-date with performance reports and all holdings with our elegant investor portal.
Fundraise faster and more securely with pipeline management, ACH Debit Capital Calls, and e-signatures.
Instantly open and manage your multiple FDIC insured bank accounts within each of your property assets.