AHI targets multifamily properties that have upside through proactive management, capital improvements and/or financial structure. Shortly after closing, AHI institutes a capital expenditure and marketing program, installs a qualified management team and repositions the properties as required in order to substantially improve cash flow and residual returns.  Once occupancy and rental income have been stabilized, the properties are recapitalized through refinancing or sale. 

AHI’s investment strategy focuses on:

  • Motivated Sellers.  AHI originates transactions from motivated private and institutional sellers that are under circumstances which compel the sale of their asset rather than their reinvestment.
  • Location.  AHI concentrates on apartment projects in metropolitan (urban and suburban) markets where household income, employment and population growth is stable or increasing.  These markets have historically included the Midwest and Southeast U.S.
  • Property Characteristics.  AHI targets well-located properties that are preferably sized between 150-500 total units.  Individual apartment units must also be well configured, so unit interiors (such as kitchens, carpeting and window treatments) and project amenities (clubhouses, fitness centers and business centers) can be renovated to compete effectively in the market.  
  • Image and Branding.  AHI generates a unique perception and image at each property.  A detailed leasing plan is created for each property that sets forth a unique selling position, image and brand that is to be created.  Employees are retrained, new marketing (including an individual interactive web site) and advertising is implemented to communicate the property’s new brand.  

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