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FOCUSED ON YOUR LEGACY

How Investing Works

Stop working for your money.

Stay focused on living a fulfilling life while you earn stable passive income through real estate.

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Investing in Multifamily Real Estate

Life as a passive investor is characterized by a sense of financial ease, allowing you to enjoy the fruits of long-term growth and wealth accumulation.

 

Multifamily syndications provide investors with a passive investment option. The day-to-day responsibilities of property management, tenant relations, and other operational tasks are handled by the professional management team, allowing investors to focus on other aspects of their lives.

OUR PROPERTIES & CASE STUDIES

BENEFITS
OF YOUR INVESTMENT

Investing in multifamily syndications offers a myriad of benefits that make it an attractive and lucrative option for investors.

Here are some key advantages:

Passive Income

One of the primary benefits of multifamily syndications is the generation of passive income. Investors can enjoy a steady stream of cash flow without the day-to-day responsibilities of property management. This makes it an ideal option for those looking for hands-off investments.

Tax Benefits

Investors may be eligible for significant deductions on the property’s mortgage interest, property depreciation, and other expenses, that will help to offset their tax liability.

Appreciation & Equity

As the property value increases, investors can benefit from capital appreciation and equity, leading to higher returns when the property is sold or refinanced.

Greater Scale

With larger properties, there are often cost advantages due to economies of scale. Expenses such as maintenance, property management fees, and operational costs per unit can be lower when spread across a larger number of units, increasing overall profitability.

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SECURE YOUR FUTURE
INVEST IN STEADY REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITIES
Example Return

CORAL CLUB

A 100-unit apartment building analyzed in 2023 in Ft Wayne, IN.The business plan for this 1996-built asset was to capture the organic rent growth of the market through efficient management and light interior updates.
Timeline was a 5-year hold period with a refinance at the end of year 2.

14.98%

IRR

7.29%

Cash on Cash Return

$100,000
Example Investment

$201,500
Example Return*
 

This property portrays the type of assets we analyze and acquire currently and moving forward, not necessarily one that we have acquired to date

TESTIMONIALS

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“As I was looking for a new CRE investment partner last year my criteria was a partner that demonstrated high integrity, highly intelligent but also compassionate, a desire to continually improve through education, is conservative when analyzing opportunities, and delivers results on time through excellent communication.

I found all of these qualities and more through Chad and Focus Capital. My first deal has exceeded expectations and I plan to partner with Chad and his team on future opportunities.”

 

- Mark Bussa

How to Invest In Multifamily

The 11 Must-Avoid Mistakes when Invvesting in Multifamily Real Estate Syndications.

Investing the right way can grow your wealth without working for your money and provide better security for your future.

FULL PHASE INVESTMENT PROCESS

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ACQUISITION

Focused Capital acquires multifamily real estate by following a precise set of criteria employing a conservative underwriting approach. Our primary emphasis is on generating consistent cash flow for investors, alongside optimizing equity growth through strategies like forced appreciation and value addition.

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VALUE-ADD

We collaborate with a seasoned Property Management Company to implement strategic enhancements and execute operational efficiency, aiming to elevate the property's quality and optimize profit potential.

REFINANCE

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After the completion of value-add initiatives, the operational income rises, delivering increased cash flow to investors. Seizing this opportunity, our team will explore refinancing the asset to further boost cash flow for investors.

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PASSIVE INCOME

Enjoy the advantages of your cash flow-positive asset along with Focused Capital's strategic, measurable, and dedicated resources available at your convenience.

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DISPOSITION

Upon achieving stabilization of the property and optimizing the cash flow potential (approximately within 4-6 years), we will proceed to sell the property and distribute returns in a lump sum.

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FOCUSED INVESTING

Stability:

Stability in real estate is often indicated by factors such as low vacancy rates, consistent rental income, favorable economic conditions in the region, and a steady appreciation of property values. Adding multiple properties to your portfolio also contributes to overall stability and growth.


Risk Mitigation:

Before presenting an investment opportunity to investors, we conduct thorough due diligence on potential properties, assessing factors such as location, job growth, schools, market trends, and potential returns.

 

A comprehensive business plan, financial projections, and risk mitigation strategies must be in place. Compliance with regulatory requirements and transparent communication of the investment terms and potential risks are also crucial requisites to bring an offering to investors.
 

TESTIMONIALS

RECOMMENDED PODCAST APPEARANCES

Taking on the Leadership Role in Multifamily

Making Mistakes with Your Own Money

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • What type of assets does Focused Capital acquire?
    Focused Capital primarily acquires A and B class assets in prime markets.
  • Can I invest with my self-directed IRA or other retirement account?
    Yes! Focused Capital can process investments through a variety of self-directed retirement accounts.
  • Does Focused Capital accept 1031 proceeds?
    Depending on the offering, Focused Capital may be able to accept 1031 exchange funds, but typically only for $1M+ investments given the added complexity and legal expenses associated with structuring a deal in this way. Please reach out to our Investor Relations Team if you have further interest.
  • Who is eligible to invest with Focused Capital?
    Focused Capital's offerings are 506(b) and 506(c), accepting primarily accredited investors, depending on the structure.
  • What tax documents should I expect to receive?
    K-1's are uploaded to the investor portal where they are conveniently available for download anytime. Focused Capital's goal is to deliver K-1's on, or before, the deadline of April 15th each year.
  • What am I investing in?
    Focused Capital offers investors the opportunity to invest in single asset offerings of apartment communities.
  • How does investor reporting work?
    Investors of Focused Capital receive access to their investor portal where they can review their investment details and relevant documents at any time. Investors will also receive monthly update emails with financial overview benchmarked against the performance targets along with detailed, property specific updates.
  • Do any depreciation or losses get passed through to the investor?
    Yes! We typically perform cost segregation studies on all our assets, allowing investors to benefit from bonus and accelerated depreciation.
  • What are the tax implications of investing in real estate syndications with Focused Capital?
    Real estate investments and syndications offer a number of tax advantages. To fully cover these advantages, please contact our Investor Relations Team.
  • How long does Focused Capital hold an asset before they sell?
    Focused Capital's hold period is typical between 4-6 years.

YOUR NEXT STEPS

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Step 1

Join our no commitment investor list and schedule a call.

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Step 2

Invest in the offering that serves your goals and needs.

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Step 3

Receive your benefits and focus on doing more of what you love!

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