Our objective is to provide investors with outsized risk adjusted returns by adding value to the properties that we acquire in three ways. First we hire high quality property management that are experts in the local market to improve the properties day to day management. Then we execute exterior and interior renovations to remedy deferred maintenance, and raise the caliber of the property relative to the competition. Finally, we improve the resident experience through resident focused activities designed attract new residents, retain existing residents and build community.
We acquire multifamily properties in markets that show strong growth potential, and have opportunities to add value.
Monitor market conditions for optimal time to sell that meets or exceeds investor
Professional property management team performs day to day operations
Asset management team monitors property performance on a weekly basis
Investors receive quarterly property updates along with their net income distributions
Growth market with strong demographic trends
Conservative underwriting with stress testing of critical assumptions
Establish property plan to drive revenue and valuation
Establish experienced local team
Physical and financial due diligence
Complete capital improvements and remedy deferred maintenance
Renovate unit interiors over 12-24 months
Re-brand the property to attract higher quality tenants
EM Capital follows a disciplined, data driven process from property acquisition through sale that is focused on transparency, and exceeding investors expectations
C+ to A- (Primary focus is Class B assets)
C+ to A+ (Located in markets throughout the US that demonstrate strong growth potential)
50 – 400 units; single asset or portfolios
All cash to seller; Loan assumptions on a case-by-case basis.
Multifamily value add through operational and physical property improvements.
1) Completing necessary capital expenditures projects; and
2) Reducing expenses by maximizing operational efficiencies by working with trusted property management firms.
EM Capital then sells the community as a stabilized asset within three to seven years to secure projected returns for investors.