Real Estate

Our dedicated Real Estate investment team is fully committed to identifying and acquiring unique assets where we see untapped potential driven by demographic growth, environmental factors, and economic trends. Our primary goal is to deliver the best economic outcomes for our investors.

We strategically acquire undermanaged, underperforming, and stabilized sub-institutional properties at attractive in-place valuations.

Our investment strategy is guided by data-driven analysis, utilizing cutting-edge underwriting tools and objective market/submarket assessments, complemented by our team’s local expertise.

We actively seek assets that align with a clearly defined business plan, ensuring their potential for favorable financial performance.

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Returns For
Our Partners

Post-acquisition, our primary focus is on unit, common area, and amenity renovations, while also implementing strategic asset and operational improvements.

We take a hands-on approach to ensure these enhancements are effectively executed. By closely monitoring Key Performance Indicators through our in-house Asset Management team, we aim to drive Net Operating Income (NOI) growth.

Additionally, we conduct quarterly asset evaluations to determine optimal exit strategies, maximizing value and ultimately delivering attractive risk-adjusted results for our partners.

Our investment team thoroughly examines regulatory, financial, and demographic trends in order to identify emerging patterns and inflection points within specific markets and submarkets. We determine optimal asset allocation with a focus on value-add and core plus opportunities, as well as distressed assets that are significantly below replacement cost.

We focus on assets located in areas where we possess extensive local market knowledge and established relationships, potentially providing us with a competitive advantage over other market participants.

WCP asset selection process
focuses on three key factors

Desirable Locations

  • Suburban areas of Primary and Secondary Markets
  • Proximity to amenities
  • Access to transit and commuter route

Improving Submarkets

  • Diverse and stable employment base
  • Favorable demographics
  • Above average rent growth
  • Positive household formation and absorption

Value-Add Assets

  • Outdated amenities
  • Tired unit finishes
  • Under marketed
  • Unrealized income
  • Poor utility and expense management

Our market selection process combines data and local expertise to focus on the following strategies

High Growth

We concentrate on markets and submarkets that have experienced notable growth in population, income, job opportunities, and overall development.

Strong Rental Rates

We prioritize markets and submarkets that are projected to exhibit positive rent growth due to factors such as favorable changes in home values, low development pipelines, and the presence of currently affordable rental markets.

High-Income Markets

We target markets and submarkets characterized by median incomes surpassing the national average. Our focus is on areas boasting high home values, abundant high-paying employment opportunities, exceptional school scores, and an array of neighborhood amenities that align with elevated standards of living.

Value-Add Upside

We specifically target markets and submarkets that offer affordable rental rates, showcasing significant and expanding deltas between different rent classes. This emphasis is designed to identify areas with substantial upside potential, particularly in terms of value-add opportunities.

Our Investment Analysis Comprises
Three Major Components

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We thoroughly analyze essential market data points, encompassing demographics, economic factors, housing and apartment trends, supply and demand dynamics, as well as pricing indicators.

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To mitigate risk, we proactively assess various factors, including regulatory risk, fiscal health, climate risk, and Real Estate tax volatility.

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The ability to adjust weightings and inputs to accurately reflect relevant factors across different market cycles.


Miles Pratt
Miles Pratt
VP of Acquisitions