CWS has been building its vertically integrated operational platform over the span of many decades. We manage our properties with our affiliated property management company, CWS Apartment Homes, because we believe that managing our properties from within keeps our investors’ best interest at the forefront of our operations. By providing in-house property management, we can ensure our assets are well maintained and our tenants are satisfied with their living arrangements while also benefiting our investors by having teams with consistent communication and alignment with our company’s goals.
Our property management team is the heart of our business as they operate our entire portfolio of properties. They are responsible for leasing units, marketing the property, collecting rent payments, day-to-day repairs and ongoing maintenance, hiring third-party vendors, understanding local landlord-tenant laws and regulations, and adhering to annual operating budgets.
In addition, property management is supported by several corporate departments including asset management, information technology, revenue management, risk and safety, accounting, capital projects, marketing, training, and human resources.
➤ Disclosure :
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.