[Webinar Replay] Paying Investors Distributions in 2023

https://vimeo.com/799336130 We recently had three of our eleven projects get funded. Two $15MM developments and a $60MM build-to-rent community. Significant development on these projects will start in the next 30 days. Why does this matter? From just these three projects, we now have $2.4 MM in development fees to share with investors of the Arabella

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Is it time to invest?

The Federal Reserve just increased interest rates again, as predicted, one quarter of a percent. The Fed’s efforts from last year to now are focused on bringing inflation down. To do this, our country will need to go into a recession. Either we will go into a recession now or we don’t and this down-market

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Will 2023 be good for real estate Investors?

A year ago we purchased a piece of land we felt would make a great investment for a mixed-use development inside of our real estate fund. This deal not only passed our underwriting but all of my years of experience told me this was a unique opportunity. We acted quickly. A year later this piece

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Update: Haselton

Gainesville, GA, is among the top 50 fastest-growing metros in the US. The Haselton community, located on the scenic Lake Lanier in north Georgia, consists of 338 single-family detached homes. This community will offer needed diversification for our real estate fund. While sales for entry level housing becomes stifled during the current housing recession, more

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Was John Burns right about millennials?

I recently watched a video from one of my favorite real estate analysts, John Burns, who suggests that we should stop using the word millennial to group individuals that essentially spans three decades. This intrigued me because as a real estate developer we look at demographics closely in every project that we underwrite. As pioneer’s

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Update: Cobblestone

This development consists of 142 single family homes. Cobblestone is just down the road from one of the largest master-plan communities in Savannah. This area is seeing tremendous growth due to job growth and lifestyle. Update: Going Vertical in Summer of 2023 We are excited to announce that, due to proper planning, all of the

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IMN, 2023 Predictions & Q1 Returns

IMN in Scottsdale, AZ – December 2022 It was an eventful sight to see over 2,000 industry professionals buzzing around from panel to panel and meeting to meeting. Though this was the 10th anniversary of the Single Family Rental IMN and the most attended event thus far, the tone was more melancholy than excitement. With

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5 Best Senior Living Investment Opportunities for 2023

As baby boomers continue to age and our nation’s population grows older, the demand for senior housing continues to soar. The performance of senior living facilities has drawn investor interest to the variety of senior living investment opportunities available today, in part because of strong sector performance data.

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5 Benefits of Investing in a Build-To-Rent Real Estate Fund

Build-to-rent, or BTR, is one of the fastest growing sectors in real estate, and build-to-rent real estate funds are a close second. It’s not hard to understand why.   In the fourth quarter of 2021, 26% of properties bought by SFR providers were build-to-rent homes according to the National Rental Home Council. These properties are

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Arabella Grows Leadership Team

As Senior Analyst, Andre is responsible for underwriting projects, managing the funding process, reviewing monthly financials, establishing target performance metrics, identifying potential investment opportunities based on due diligence and market trend analysis, and evaluating portfolio operational performance. Tim Horvath, Chief Operating Officer (COO), manages the day-to-day operations of the firm including creating and implementing strategic

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