Our shareholders recognize that while real estate investing has the potential to create wealth, it can equally create financial hardship without proper analysis and a well thought out investment strategy.
Investors who are considered for the venture are expected to have a basic understanding of the pros and cons of real estate investment; this is critical so as to ensure that the consensus of action and corporate direction remain unified for the most part. A Board acting in solidarity will increase the odds of success and ensure that the Board of Directors share the same strategic vision for the corporation regardless of the investment climate.
To be successful in a competitive real estate market, the corporation must continually pursue opportunities, adopt an analytical approach to investments, and maintain a diligent attitude as Landlords. Shareholders understand that add-value real estate, like many other quality investment vehicles, requires patience to realize an optimal return on investment.
Acquisition targets are measured against the company’s specific investment criteria, which include:
Targeted investment assets – properties, will primarily be located in the Geographical Triangle of Oakville – Ancaster – Beamsville, and includes Burlington, Hamilton, Dundas, and Grimsby. The “Triangle” represents markets with existing underrated opportunities in properties with increased residential revenue potential. These assets may require significant financial investment (5-10% of acquisition costs) for physical or aesthetic improvements, designed to facilitate operations or improve aesthetics. The corporation will only proceed if these selected improvements can be identified as initiatives designed to facilitate the corporation meeting its Strategic Pro form a Benchmark Targets. The majority of significant capital investment is expected to be performed within the first five years of the property’s acquisition, and are expected to increase the yield within the following five years.