Rise Skyline is a 200-unit asset built in 1997. The property is a B+ asset located in a B+ location of the Dallas MSA. This property offers significant value-add potential and the business plan includes a full rebrand and interior renovation of 100% of classic units.
Rise Heather Ridge is a 252-unit apartment complex built in 1984. The property is a B+ asset located in a B+ location of the Dallas MSA. This asset was acquired at a significant off-market discount and is located just minutes from key drivers such as the Cowboys stadium, DFW airport, and major highways I-635, US-75, and I-30.
The Operator was able to acquire this property from a highly distressed seller via a broker relationship, resulting in a massive discount and immediate equity. Population growth, employer proximity, and incoming business and construction, among other factors, make this a bread-and-butter property for the Operator as they expand their reach to a new market.
In partnership with a top 20 self-storage Operator, this fund consists of eight assets across Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and North Carolina. By targeting multiple markets as well as value-add, stabilized, and add-on assets, this fund offers a strong diversification option to investors.
Sourced from a true “mom and pop” absentee owner, this 1984, 186-unit asset is located right in the heart of one of the hottest metros in the country. Population growth, employer proximity, and incoming business and construction, among other factors, make this a bread-and-butter property for the Operator.
A diversification of single tenant, net-leased industrial properties throughout the domestic United States, this fund focuses on purchasing and leasing back to tenants industrial properties occupied by $100M+ revenue businesses.
A 328-unit, Class B property built in 1983, located in the booming Dallas metro, this property offers immense upside with the opportunity to renovate 100% of classic interiors. Market activity and connections allowed the Operator to acquire this asset off-market at a low capped interest rate.
This portfolio of 5 assets was acquired as part of a 1031 exchange out of a previous, successful fund. With an average year of construction of 2002, this fund, totalling 1,688 units, features assets in strong submarkets across Atlanta and Dallas.
This portfolio comprises 2 assets; one 51-unit property built in 1973 and a second 40-unit property built in 1966. Both assets were acquired off market and are located in the highly desirable Hyde Park neighborhood of Austin, TX, just minutes from downtown and the University of Texas.
Lakeside is a class B, 288 unit property built in 1980 located in a B+ area of the Phoenix metro. The property sits just miles from several major employers and offers significant upside as 100% of units are classic units and can be value-added. The property is also in very close proximity to several other assets owned by the Operator, which provides the added benefit of economies of scale.
The Value Add Fund 2 is modeled after Value Add Fund. The business plan includes acquiring 5-7 value add multifamily assets in several high performing target markets including Atlanta, Jacksonville, Raleigh-Durham, Charlotte, Phoenix, Dallas, Tampa and Orlando. This strategy offers a unique diversification opportunity for investors while also providing increased risk minimization over a single asset approach.
The Phoenix Portfolio is a three property (Rise at The Palms, Rise Canyon West, and Rise North Mountain) multi-family portfolio built between 1975-1979. This value-add apartment portfolio is situated across three strong submarkets in the Phoenix MSA; Northwest Phoenix, Southwest Phoenix, and Central Glendale.
The Villas at Mueller is a 1973 value-add apartment complex located in Austin, TX, directly in the heart the Mueller submarket, one of the most exciting growth sectors in Austin. Austin is among the fastest growing cities in the U.S., and is consistently ranked as one of the best big cities to live in and remains a beacon for startups and tech.
Rise at Estrella Park (formerly Portola West Valley) is a 1986 value-add apartment complex located in Phoenix, AZ, which is among the fastest growing markets in the country for rent growth, population growth, personal income growth and job growth.
In partnership with a top 25 self-storage provider in the country, this fund consists of ten assets across Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and other states. By targeting multiple markets as well as value-add, stabilized, and add-on assets, this fund offers a strong diversification option to investors.
A multifamily fund by Naked Capital. By acquiring underserved properties in primary and secondary markets in mid-Michigan such as Lansing, Saginaw, Arlington, the fund offers a unique diversification opportunity for investors.
Parkside (formerly Solano Vista) is a 1974 value-add apartment complex located in Glendale, AZ, a submarket of Phoenix, which is among the fastest growing markets in the country for rent growth, population growth, personal income growth and job growth. The property is nestled between major freeway systems affording residents easy access to diverse employment hubs and large universities.
The Value Add Fund is a multifamily fund by one of the top syndication operators in the country. The business plan includes acquiring 5-7 value add multifamily assets in several high performing target markets including Atlanta, Jacksonville, Raleigh-Durham, Charlotte, Phoenix, Dallas, Tampa and Orlando. This strategy offers a unique diversification opportunity for investors while also providing increased risk minimization over a single asset approach.
The Landing at Pinewood Park is a 1970s value-add apartment complex located in Lubbock, TX which has consistently outpaced national job and population growth over the past decade. With a premium location close to Texas Tech University, the stable, low risk medical and education industries are the anchor of this property.
LIV at Winter Park (formerly Amber Lakes) is a 1974 value-add apartment complex located in Winter Park, FL, a sub-market of Orlando. The property is in close proximity to both Full Sail University, a prestigious entertainment and technology school with no on-campus housing, and the University of Central Florida. It’s private beach and lake access add an additional unique amenity that’s proven desirable to prospective tenants.
Highlands of Preston is a 1985 value-add apartment complex located in Plano, TX. Plano has some of the strongest job growth in the DFW area, and this particular sub-market has one of the most desirable school districts in the state and in the country. The median household income within a 1-mile radius is $98,700 with an average home value of $373,500.
This fund focused on acquiring a mix of value-add and stabilized manufacturing housing communities in the “sunshine states.” Our operating partner has extensive experience in repositioning non-performing assets. The investment strategy includes plans to expand an initial Phoenix metro portfolio and scale operations throughout the country.
The Lila at Oakgate (formerly Woodbridge) is a class B vintage 1980, value-add apartment complex located in the highly desirable Northwest side of San Antonio, TX. This property is less than 2 miles from another of the Operator’s properties, purchased from the same seller, which afford the opportunity to achieve economies of scale.