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This seems to make more sense. Holding the project with financing doesn seem to make sense since it doesn Roshe Run Mint
Well the one thing that makes sense is not keeping a warehouse vacant and instead turning it into something useful. As manufacturing jobs leave the USA and go overseas, something has to fill up those warehouses. If there isn a demand for a warehouse, there is demand for living space.
A 2 bedroom for $1850 in Walkers Point also blows my mind. This is not the first apartment complex in the area to be built with these rates. who is renting these apartments is beyond me? How it will be sustainable is an even a bigger question in my mind?
Given the previous replies, here my speculation on a possible strategy/business model for this.
Pay yourself as the contractor/developer and Nike Roshe Run Nm Tp property manager of the project. Get the project fully rented and manage it as lean as possible for 2 years to make the books look good. (no maintenance/repairs, etc, low property taxes for new buildings), manage your property management fees to help the cap rate. This shouldn be too difficult with a new property. Get the cap rate as high as possible, still maybe only 4 6%, but maybe attractive enough at that level.
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cash flow well and there is a lot of risk of vacancy, interest rates increasing, or large repairs just a few years down the road.
the time was that to some people 4% cap rate was acceptable or the items that would make the deal more attractive would be found in the details.
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Finance the project with a non recourse HUD backed loan and tax credits for down payment with a small amount of cash down. This limits the risk to the developer. If the project fails, they are only out a "small" down payment and they can walk from the loans. I suspect the down payment is a loan as well.
Pension funds looking for an alternative to low risk bonds, CDs, and US Treasury want a high quality, asset backed, "safe" investment. It seems like a newer apartment complex in a quality area with 2 years of solid rent history would be attractive to them even at a low cap rate.
Walker Point is a "trendy" area of Milwaukee as it largely industrial and I can see people who are "trendy" living in a converted warehouse. but they make sense to someone. The federal and state programs provide a 25% tax credit combined. Per the OP numbers, that still does not look attractive. In researching LIHTCs a couple years back, I found I was able to get to a 4 6% cap rate at the schematic stage. The advice I got at Nike Roshe Womens Blue
it all comes down to it when you are a large developer or an institution how you make money and reduce taxes is more about timing and structure.
Sell the project off to a pension fund at a 4 6% apparent cap rate. They take all the risk and the developer walks away with a hefty chunk of cash.
A group of small investors or an individual investor is chasing yield. They typically do not have the same strategies as the big guys for obvious reasons.
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