Triangle Equity Group follows a strict approach to acquisitions and management of commercial real estate investment opportunities. Our detailed market analysis and multi-factored approach to financial underwriting is combined with strong partnerships with best in class property management resulting in a proven track record.
Our strategy is focused on driving strong returns for investors with a conservative acquisition criterion.
- Investors may have the opportunity to participate at minimums of $50K and in some cases $25K.
- Typical holding period for commercial properties is 5 to 7 years.
- Objective is to provide 6-7% annual cash returns to investors paid either monthly or quarterly.
- The goal for total return over the hold period is 12-15% AAR on invested capital.
* TEG and its operators seek to achieve the stated objectives. There can be no guarantee the objectives will be met.
Example of Investment Criteria:
- Apartment complex of 10+ units
- Cash flowing Class A or Class B property
- Minimum occupancy of 85%
- Lower occupancy may be acceptable if we determine a strategic advantage in such cases
Examples of Value Creation Strategies:
- Improve demographic profile through exterior appeal
- Capital improvements such as painting, Fitness Center enhancements, Landscaping improvements, Addition of amenities
- Increase rental income through interior renovations
- Granite counters, cabinets, appliances, LVP flooring, technology packages
- Reduce expenses
- Distribute utility costs by implementing RUBS and other cost recuperating measures
- Reduce vendor costs through selective maintenance hires
- Utilize strategic vendor and service provider relationships to capture best pricing of services
- Add income-producing facilities
- Bulk Wi-Fi/ Tech Packages
- Covered Parking/ Reserved Parking
Markets and sub-markets that show above-average growth over a 3-year period. The key elements of above-average growth are visible in the form of:
- increasing population especially the 25-45 age group
- strong employment opportunities
- diversified or rapidly diversifying economy
- mixed-use areas that promote businesses and apartment communities
- new construction activity
- arrival of major businesses such as tech companies, manufacturing and major national food chains