What am I investing in?
When investing in the REIT, you are buying shares of the entity (of the REIT) that owns several multifamily properties. You aren’t investing in one property, you’re investing across all the assets owned by the REIT. As we raise capital and acquire more assets, investors become more diversified as the portfolio expands.
We acquire multifamily properties throughout the US. We look for buildings with approximately 150-200 units or apartments in areas with strong job growth, population growth, and vacancy rates below the national average, among many other factors.
The reason we focus on multifamily properties is that these assets tend to perform very well in the long term, especially during an economic downturn or recession when people are downsizing and moving from their large single-family homes and luxury apartments into the multifamily assets we are acquiring.