Investors Management Group, Inc. (“IMG”) is a privately held real estate firm headquartered in Woodland Hills, California. IMG identifies undervalued multifamily properties for acquisition, value optimization, asset management and disposition to yield the greatest returns for our investment partners.
Our expertise includes Syndication, Tenant-In-Common Acquisition Structures, and 1031 Exchanges. Our clients enjoy personal access to investors, capital sources and relationships with top industry decision-makers.
We believe that multifamily assets, as long-term investment vehicles, offer our investors greater returns with less risk than other commercial real estate investments. Our platform has proven successful in yielding high, risk-adjusted returns in the shortest period of time.
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Case Study: Value-Add Multifamily Investment, Seattle MSA
Targeted Growth Markets: Portland (OR), Seattle, Denver, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, South Florida
Transaction Size: $20M – $50M
Property Size: 100 – 350 Units
Characteristics: Class A- to B-, stabilized or un-stabilized, value-add opportunity
Typical IMG Deal Structure
Hold Period: 4-5 years
Targeted Returns with a 5-year Hold:
•Average annual cash yield: 6.5% – 8.0%
•Equity multiple: 1.85x – 2.0x
•IRR: 14.0% – 16.0%
Experts in Asset Management
Our focus on asset management is central to successfully executing each property’s business plan and achieving superior, risk-adjusted returns for our investors. We employ a highly active, internal team of asset management professionals who oversee all aspects of the property operations including annual budgeting, contract negotiations, renovation oversight, investor reporting, market analysis, and disposition management.
How to Invest
Accredited investors are invited to learn more about how to invest with IMG or request a new investor login by calling David Mikkelsen at (971) 888-4010 ext. 108.
What does it mean to be an accredited investor?
The SEC’s Office of Investor Education and Advocacy issued this Investor Bulletin to explain what it means to be an “accredited investor.”