CWS has in-depth knowledge and experience in structuring four different types of investments: Existing Apartments, Development Projects, Apartment Repositioning, and Student Housing. For more information, click on the tabs below.
Acquiring Existing Apartment Communities
CWS Capital Partners offers investment opportunities in existing luxury apartment communities in states such as Texas, Colorado, Georgia, North Carolina, Washington, Arizona, and Tennessee. These apartment communities range between 100 units to over 600 units in size. The majority of the CWS portfolio consists of Class A apartment communities, which are defined as being in top condition with very little need for capital improvements or repairs.
CWS may also invest in Class B properties if located within high demand areas where there is minimal competition from neighboring properties. Typically these type of investments are most suited for conservative investors with sufficient liquidity seeking predictable cash flow that is substantially sheltered from tax in the early years. The target holding period for investments in Class A or B apartment communities is approximately 7-10 years. Please Contact Us to learn more about investing with CWS Capital Partners or you may view our Current Offerings by completing our self-certification form for accredited or qualified investors.
Developing from the Ground Up
CWS Capital Partners offers investment opportunities for the development of luxury apartment communities. In certain markets, the cost of acquiring a property may be higher than building it, making it more advantageous to develop from the ground up. While we typically build new communities ourselves, there are times when we form joint ventures with reputable partners to develop new projects when we believe the opportunities are compelling.
Development projects require a higher tolerance for risk due to the timing of the lease-up period before stabilization. However, development projects can offer higher rewards when compared to acquiring existing apartments due to the lower-cost nature of development as well as having better control of the initial lease-up. Our developments are typically build-to-own projects. Please Contact Us to learn more about investing with CWS Capital Partners or you may view our Current Offerings by completing our self-certification form for accredited or qualified investors.
Apartment Community Repositioning
CWS Capital Partners offers investments involving the repositioning of an older asset. This type of investment involves the acquisition of a property that may not have as many amenities and nicer finish-outs as a newer property, but is situated in a strong location that would benefit from making substantial capital improvements. Accordingly, CWS will improve the resident demographic with those who are willing to pay a premium in exchange for those community amenities and unit improvements.
These capital improvements and added amenities should result in producing a more competitive and higher quality product that can command higher rents from a stronger resident base. Please Contact Us to learn more about investing with CWS Capital Partners or you may view our Current Offerings by completing our self-certification form for accredited or qualified investors.
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The property pictures featured throughout this website have already been capitalized by CWS investors and are not available for investment. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
This website is provided to you by CWS Capital Partners. CWS Capital Partners provides investment advice to its proprietary funds. Through its affiliate CWS Apartment Homes it offers real estate related advice. Investment opportunities may be in the form of a single property offering or a pooled investment vehicle and are through an affiliated entity, CWS Investments. CWS Investments is a registered broker dealer, member FINRA SIPC. The information on this website is not intended to be investment advice or an offer; offers can only be made with the private placement memorandum and offering documents.
Private placement real estate securities offerings are speculative and involve substantial risks. Risks may include, but are not limited to, illiquidity, lack of diversification, loss of capital, default risk, environmental, development, and capital call risk. Investments may not achieve their objectives as outlined in their business plans.