The company intends to acquire "Income Properties", either residential or commercial, including offices, retail and industrial facilities, that are in distress or have a higher income potential after rehab or restructuring than it currently generates. The objective is to generate a constant cash flow from long-term leases that can provide strength to the company's balance sheet and cash flow in order to secure any cash flow needs and obtain better leverage terms and conditions.
The company will develop or acquire participation interests in residential and/or commercial development projects throughout the U.S. in order to obtain one of the highest yields in the industry, while reducing risk through legal structures and agreements.
Distressed & Foreclosure Properties
The company may acquire distressed residential and commercial assets from banks and other financial institutions and other sources such as liquidators, administrators, receivers, realtors and mortgage brokers ("Foreclosure/ Wholesale Purchasing"). Once a property is purchased pursuant to this investment strategy, the company may rehabilitate it and either hold it for its current income and future potential value, or list it for immediate sale through investors' networks and specialized real estate companies.
Land Acquisition and Assembly
The company intends to acquire undeveloped land at prices under market value for development, or for resale after developing basic architectural plans. The company also intends to pursue land that can be joined with other parcels to assemble larger tracks for development or resale.
The company plans to acquire income-producing properties for conversion into condominium properties based on a resale price that generates monthly mortgage payments similar to market rental rates.
The company may invest in U.S. companies whose assets or business sector falls primarily within the real estate industry, such as REITs, real estate funds, lending institutions, realty companies, developing companies, general contractors and subcontractors, and others.
Mezzanine & Hard Lending
The company may provide mezzanine finance and Hard Money loans to projects, or real estate assets, using a conservative loan to value ("LTV") approach to reduce risk exposure, and increase the potential returns to the portfolio.
Targeted Asset Allocation