Syndication Case Study #3 - Haven on Thomas (Phoenix, AZ)
If you’ve decided that incorporating real estate into your investment portfolio is a no-brainer and realize that you don’t have the time or desire to be an active investor (another great choice!), then investing in a no-hassle, hands-off, Real Estate Syndication is the best option. These investments enable multiple participants to pool capital together to purchase a real estate property that delivers passive income and appreciation to the investor.
Limitless Investing believes strongly in transparency, which is why we publish case studies for all of our investments once they have exited (sold or refinanced) and the investment outcomes have been finalized. The case study today will be focused on Haven on Thomas in Phoenix, Arizona which closed earlier this month.
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Type: Two story garden style apartment community with 7 buildings and a unit mix consisting of 32 one-bed/on-bath and 72 two-bed/two-bath units
Year Built: 1983
Rental Units: 104
Purchase Price: $16M
Renovation Budget: $2.8M
Investor Capital: $10.5M
Loan Amount: $8.3M
Sale Price: $30M
Overall Business Plan: Increase rental income by $400+ per unit, per month through significant value-add improvements
Rebrand from Villa de La Paz to Haven on Thomas
New paint and window sunscreens
Upgrade the office, swimming pool, playground and BBQ gazebo
New landscaping and signage
New cabinets in the kitchen and bathrooms
Replace vinyl surfaces with granite
New washers, dryers and stainless steel appliances
Fresh paint and upgraded flooring
Utilize 2 full-time personnel, including a manager and maintenance supervisor
Investment Funded: February, 2021
Why We Invested (based on 2021 data):
Market: Phoenix is one of our favorite areas to invest (as detailed in our recent blog) and has been for the last few years based on numerous key real estate drivers
Population Growth: Phoenix MSA recorded the greatest population growth of any large city in 2019.
Rental Price Increases: Phoenix MSA is leading the nation in rent growth YoY, clocking in at 5.4%, well ahead of the national average of 0.7%.
Personal Income Growth: Median household income in Phoenix is $64,427, above the national median of $61,937. In the last year, income in Phoenix grew 10x faster than the national average.
Business Plan: solid and conservative projections given the proven business model and significant value-add opportunities to increase monthly, per unit rent from $890 to $1,376
Sponsor Team: Experienced team with proven track record of executing on similar investments near the target property
Before Value-Add Improvements:
After Value-Add Improvements:
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