As potential inflation looms, Lucern’s David Hansel sees increased opportunity for raising capital to acquire real estate assets for the investment firm.
For EisnerAmper’s Trends Watch, Frank Forte provided his thoughts on the future of multifamily real estate and Lucern’s approach to value-add investing.
Lucern Capital Partners acquires Scarlet Pointe Apartments, a 274-unit multifamily asset in the burgeoning West Charlotte submarket.
Real estate assets can maintain and even increase in value during inflationary times. Here are three reasons why real estate investing hedges against inflation.
People are what drives real estate’s housing market. Learn how you can align your multifamily investment strategy with tenant demand and start investing in areas with the highest population growth rates and favorable migration trends.
Lucern Managing Partner David Hansel provides insight into the firm’s integrated approach to value-add investing in the multifamily asset class.
Sound underwriting can reduce investment risk and help identify opportunities that will drive investment performance.
In Lucern Capital Partners’ Special Report: 2021 State of Affairs, Frank Forte reports that the predicted asset class winner from this crisis is multifamily. The asset class is expected to have the lowest current and cumulative default rates.
Although value-add is an overused term, don’t underestimate its importance for business and investments. Here’s why the basic concept of value-add is so critical: It uncovers missed opportunities that can increase the performance, revenue or profit of a company or an asset.