Ashland Greene Investments
Focused Investment Strategy
We know apartments.
We know our markets.
It’s why Ashland Greene is efficient and successful.
We specialize in acquiring value-add apartment communities and developing ground-up multifamily development in primary Texas markets.
Ashland Greene leverages industry relationships and implements in-depth analysis to identify unique opportunities.
Ashland Greene Capital currently owns and operates $1.1+B of assets in 6,700+ transacted units.
Choosing the “right” multifamily apartment complex is critical.
Once we’ve successfully completed our thorough due diligence,
negotiated contracts and financing, and closed,
the next phase of driving success begins.
Multifamily apartment buildings
Minimum 200+ units
Emerging TX markets with strong job & population growth.
Class B or C Built after 1980 Strong value add opportunities
Improve Curb Appeal
Enrich the Quality Of Life In its Communities
Investing with Ashland Greene
Our focus is on serving our investors, residents, and each other with an unparalleled
commitment to excellence.
Every investment opportunity we consider has the potential to benefit our investors or it is not an opportunity we pursue.
In-depth market knowledge, insightful analytics, and careful attention to trends provide a foundation for success.
Consistent cultivation of strong partnerships and a trustworthy network of brokers, contractors, lender & real estate.
Impeccable preparedness, effective underwriting, and finely honed negotiation skills support competitive nimbleness.
Attentive Listening & Communication
Attentive listening and communication skills allow us to meet our clients’ needs with an attitude of “delight through excellence”.
Utilizing the latest technologies to ensure effective and efficient processes.
Why Invest In Apartments
Growing Demand, Emerging Markets
Apartment buildings are historically stable investments.
Over the past four decades, multifamily investments have provided returns that exceed all other real estate property classes.
In the next 25 years, the U.S. population will exceed 60 million further increasing demand for multifamily housing.
All of which make multifamily an attractive investment.
The Compelling Case
Over the past four decades multifamily investments have provided returns that exceed all other real estate property classes.
Additional factors that make investing in apartments such a compelling opportunity:
HISTORICALLY STABLE ASSET
Housing is an enduring universal need so it performs well in good times and bad.
After the Great Recession (2008), multifamily apartments were among the most popular asset classes and therefore were the fastest to recover and best performing.
The U.S. is experiencing its lowest homeownership rate since 1995.
80 million Millennials prefer to rent vs buy.
70 million Baby Boomers looking to downsize to enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle.
Rising immigrant population who start in rentals.
Apartment ownership is a great way to diversify your sources of cash-flow.
Increased property value and cash flow through our value-add program.
Earn cash-flow building equity and capturing appreciation.
HEDGE AGAINST INFLATION & MARKET FLUCTUATIONS
If the dollar continues its 100-year trend of falling in value over time, real assets will retain their value over time and increase in dollar terms.
Rents can increase annually with inflation 2-5%.
One year leases, allow for rent flexibility.
Raising and lowering quickly to respond to changes in the market and occupancy.
Apartment complexes have economies of scale. The larger the apartment complex, the lower the per unit operating cost.
TAX EFFICIENT & FINANCING FRIENDLY
The U.S. government allows for depreciation of multifamily real estate faster than other assets, allowing for “paper-losses”, reducing the overall tax burden.
The debt-to-equity ratio of multifamily real estate, is the highest of any asset class, allowing the use of leverage to purchase an asset 4-5 times greater than liquidity.
Investment Diversification & Tax Benefits
Due to its low correlation to stocks and bonds, the inclusion of real estate in a multi-asset portfolio is often used to reduce volatility and enhance returns.
Additionally, not all investments are equal when it comes to the taxes. Real estate has some major advantages.
Depreciation of investment income may lower or eliminate taxable income.
Taking cash out of the property when you refinance may be done without any refinance proceeds tax free.
1031 tax deferred exchanges allow for the sale of a property that has increased in value and the reinvestment of the gains in a larger property while deferring the taxes indefinitely.
Investing through your IRA can be done without any penalties via a Self-Directed IRA (SDIRA). When you invest in real estate through your IRA, the income and appreciation it creates grows tax free until retirement.