Investment Types


  • Acquire newer vintage properties below replacement cost to protect against new supply coming to market
  • Lock in long term financing at favorable interest rates and net interest margin spreads (cap rate-interest rate)
  • Low leverage conservative financing targeting 65-75% LTV
  • Target high single digit cash returns with long term IRR in the 15-20% range
  • Some opportunity for upside or increase NOI through light renovation, property management, tenant upgrade, lease roll opportunity, etc


Value Added:

  • Increase occupancy of a property with high vacancy or below market rents with significant renovation or upgrades to the property.
  • Target 20%+ IRR with shorter exit strategy typically 3-5 years
  • Significantly increase NOI and stabilize property to sell



  • Much higher risk profile to achieve outsized returns with shorter investment horizon
  • Typical investments include ground up development, distressed assets such as note purchases, REO and/or foreclosure assets, bankruptcy, etc.
  • Subordinate financing such as bridge loans, mezzanine loans, preferred equity or hard money lending