Our method is a time-tested framework of acquiring underperforming assets, adding value through strategic renovation and management plans, and refinancing or selling for returns that align with our investment criteria.

Pac 3 Capital Strategy

The capital needed for the acquisition and renovations are sourced from a select set of qualified investors and/or partners. Those funds are then allocated to implement the business plan as outlined specifically for the selected property. Cash returns are distributed to investors quarterly or monthly during the hold period and again as a lump sum distribution at the point sale or refinance. This four step process is broken down below.

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The Acquisition

The Value Add

Cash Flow

The Exit

01. We purchase a well-vetted, underperforming multifamily asset that aligns with our investment criteria. Major criteria include rents that are well below market value and inefficiencies in the current operation that align with our team's management and execution strengths.

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02. We begin the renovation plan to both the interior and exterior of the property as well as notify tenants of the upcoming changes to the community. Renovations and operational improvements add immediate value to the property, demand increased (up to market value) rents from tenants, and create increasing profits for distribution to investors.

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03. During the hold period, the property generates cash returns on a monthly basis from the proceeds which can be distributed to investors. This continues on a quarterly or monthly basis while the property’s value continues to improve over time.

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04. At the end of the hold period, the property will either be sold or refinanced to support the business plan, investor objectives, and current market conditions. In either scenario, the investor receives their initial investment returned. In the case of a refinancing strategy, the investor also continues to benefit from continued cash flow and increasing equity gains.

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The Acquisition
The Value Add
Cash Flow
The Exit