North Austin Apartment Portfolio
This offering consists of three Class-B garden style apartment complexes located in Austin, Texas. Combined there are 422 units which the sponsor intends to upgrade along with the amenities.
- Year 1 Cash Flow 6.25%
- Initial Occupancy 95.50%
- Est. Time Horizon 10 years
- Yr 1. Cap Rate to Investors 5.58%
- Investor Purchase Price $44,640,000
- Total Offering Size $21,030,000
The loan has a 10-year term with interest only payments for the entire term and fixed interest at 3.78%. There is a cash sweep provision which is triggered by the debt service coverage ratio dropping below 1.75.
- Yr. 1 DSCR 2.57
- Loan-to-Value 52.89%
- Hold Period DSCR 2.89
Strong population growth projected surrounding the properties. 1.72% projected over the next 5-years.
Approximately 50% of the units in the portfolio have received prior interior renovations. The sponsor plans to renovate the 193 untouched unit, at an average cost of $3,500/unit.
Austin has well-paid tech and professional jobs in addition to a well educated work force.
Should the Austin market experience a recession, despite past population increases and rent growth, occupancy rates could suffer, hindering property distributions.
According to the sponsor's website: "ExchangeRight Real Estate, founded in 2012, is a private real estate investment firm focused on the acquisition and management of single-tenant properties throughout the United States. With over $1.2 billion in assets under management diversified across 425 properties in 28 states, we focus on investment-grade, necessity-based retail and Class B/B+ value-added multifamily.
We believe that investors deserve an investment strategy that provides them with stable cash flow, capital preservation, and value-added return potential in the face of uncertain economic and financial conditions. We have implemented a strategy designed to directly address this so that we can preserve our investors' capital and provide attractive income on their capital until the timing is right to execute a strategic exit to maximize their returns."