10 Solid Reasons to Diversify Your Stock Portfolio by Investing in Multifamily Real Estate with Lucern.
When it comes to smart markets to invest in, it’s no secret that we like the Sun Belt, in particular the Charlotte MSA and the Carolinas as a whole. Lucern has been investing in this region for over five years and in that time, we’ve seen our strategies validated. This is evident by continued wage […]
Single family inventory shortages, rising mortgage rates, and other long-term effects of the pandemic continue to fuel conditions that strengthen multifamily market opportunities for investors in 2022.
An up-and-coming city with strong market fundamentals, Wilmington, NC is one of the fastest-growing MSAs in the Sunbelt today.
It’s an opportune time for investors and private equity to invest in multifamily real estate. Not only coult it help solve the housing shortage, but the asset class remains a relatively stable investment with the potential for above-average returns.
Lucern Capital Partners announces the final closing of its flagship fund, following two multifamily acquisitions in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Buyers can still secure assets with a high return potential in a seller’s market. We have successfully bought properties in a seller’s market by leveraging our relationships, maintaining strong underwriting standards, and staying competitive without overbidding.
Understanding renters is key to providing above-average returns to investors and making tenants feel at home. Lucern Capital Partners takes steps to learn about tenant needs and implement solutions.
When investors add multifamily real estate to their portfolios, they have an option of investing through a fund or syndication. Each has its benefits and risks, but the right choice is the one that meets the investors’ needs.
Multifamily real estate is one of the largest global investment asset classes, and its speedy recovery post COVID-19 is attracting even more investor capital. Here are five things for first-time multifamily real estate investors should know before adding the asset class to their portfolio.