Investment Criteria

To be successful in real estate, you must always and consistently put your clients' best interests first. When you do, your personal needs will be realized beyond your greatest expectations.

Anthony Hitt

Scope of interest

The Emerson Property Group is a principal specializing in acquiring multifamily apartment communities in well-located, growth markets throughout the United States.

Our scope of interest extends to but is not limited to:

• Garden-style and mid-rise apartment complexes
• Medical Office Properties
• Senior Housing Facilities
• Class A to C+ product in Class A to B location
• Core/Core-Plus and Value Added assets
• Properties requiring modern renovation and/or significant improvements
• Partnership buyouts and restructurings
Preferred Markets and Transaction Size

We prefer to investing in Apartment Communities with a minimum of 50 Units, preferably with a strong history of full occupancy. Our immediate scope of interest extends to but is not limited to New Jersey, North East Pennsylvania, and Metropolitan New York.

Preferred Markets and Transaction Size:
• 50 Unit Minimum
• Major, secondary and tertiary markets in New Jersey, North East Pennsylvania, Metropolitan New York
• Growth markets and submarkets
Cash Flow Requirements and Ownership

We screen our investments by only analyzing properties that have capitalization rates of 6.5% or more. It is common sense that an investment that requires constant maintenance and care while holding an inherent, perpetual risk warrants an appropriate return. We are not making risk free treasury investments. When we risks our equity in real estate, we expect reasonable compensation..

Minimum Capitalization Rate and Ownership:

• Minimum Capitalization Rate = 6.5%
• Properties may be purchased either all cash or subject to existing financing
• Tax deferred strategies are available for owners with low tax basis.
Initial Information
Before we make an offer we require the following information:

• Previous two years and YTD Operating Statements
• Current Rent Roll and Unit Mix
• Description of property improvements
• Asking Price
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