RedHill is uniquely specialized in the multifamily sector acquiring significant properties NATIONALLY, with execution focused on the primary WESTERN U.S. MARKETS.
RedHill seeks to acquire assets directly OFF MARKET and through its significant ON MARKET channels utilizing the industry’s most capable intermediaries.
The company sources in excess of $1 BILLION in assets weekly.
The Redhill Strategy
RedHill is specialized within the multifamily sector, with a diversification strategy that drives absolute values and yields matching specific investor objectives.
The company diversifies by class, providing optionality by investing in Core Plus, Value Add, and Situational Opportunities. This strategy is further enhanced by investing across geographic boundaries and by utilizing varied capital lines and financial structures.
At the epicenter of RedHill’s capability is its ability to recognize hidden values, to identify market mispricing, and to utilize RedHill’s integrated disciplines in order to maximize operating incomes and values for its investors.
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RedHill creatively seeks out SITUATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES. These assets are generally difficult to categorize and often have symptomatic market issues—lack of operating or stable income, poor financial or management structures, improper positioning, or have fundamental market challenges.
As a result these multifamily assets may be attractively priced or need special attention to reposition the asset from a sub performing to a highly efficient and performing asset.
Generally, RedHill focuses its discipline on complex analysis and business planning to ascertain and to reposition these types of assets. Often, RedHill will engage other capabilities as necessary—including local developers, contractors, operators, managers, et cetera—in tandem with its own to reposition a property.