INVESTOR APPROACH

Which one are you?

Core, Value-Added, or Opportunistic
These are the commonly used investor approaches. A more sophisticated investment approach will require
strategic planning to cover tangible and intangible assets.

CORE
Example: High-rise office towers or apartment buildings downtown locations in high metropolitan areas. They are usually best-in-class properties in the best locations, with high, stable occupancy and credit tenants


VALUE-ADDED
Example: A shopping center that has lost an anchor tenant, such as a grocery store or other big box tenant. The purchaser will have an opportunity to buy that property at a discount given the absence of an anchor.


OPPORTUNISTIC
Examples: There are major problems to overcome, such as major vacancy, structural issues or financial distress. Sometimes referred to as Distressed Assets, Opportunistic strategies may involve acquiring foreclosed assets from banks or servicers or acquiring the senior loan at a discount from banks or servicers with an eye toward eventual foreclosure.

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