Invest With Three Pillars Capital Group

Optimize Performance to Deliver Outsized Returns

STRATEGY

Factors Contributing to Demand

  • Reduced Pace of New Development:
    Due to tighter lending policies for new construction, new multifamily project developments are at multi-decade lows. Moreover, new developments tend to be Class A properties that many find unaffordable. This creates more demand for well-run assets.
  • Home Ownership Trending Downwards:
    Demand for rental properties has steadily risen because home ownership is expensive. Particularly with the Millennial generation, consumers are putting off buying and opting for renting instead.
  • Class B & C Recession Resilience:
    Regardless of the economy stability, B and C class multifamily properties tend to consistently maintain higher levels of occupancy.
Factors Contributing to Demand
Market Lacks Sophisticated Buyers and Owners for B/C Class Properties

Streamlined Management

  • Property Management Intensive:
    Class B & C properties require a strong leadership team that can manage all aspects of property management, from renovations to customer service. Third-party property management companies do not have the same economic incentives and, therefore, may not be in line with investor expectations.
  • Attention to Detail:
    Most management firms have an average or even poor system of checks and balances as well as procedures and policies in place. It takes a team with an ownership mentality to ensure that all aspects of the property are running smoothly.

Selection Criteria Highlights

  • Supreme, densely populated location in desirable areas of the Greater Houston area
  • Proximity to major employment centers
  • Favorable demographic trends
  • Potential for ratio utility billing system (RUBS) or utility bill back
Selection Criteria Highlights