Houston TX Multi Family Real Estate 15% Return Investment Services Launched

A company in Houston, Texas is offering an opportunity for individuals who want to generate profits through expertly managed multi-family real estate investments.

Houston, United States - July 31, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A real estate investment firm in Houston, Texas has opened investment opportunities based on multi-family properties for individuals who want a new source of revenue.

More information is available at https://grayspearcapital.com

These investments are offered by Gray Spear Capital, a real estate investment company specializing in acquiring and managing multi-family real estate. These properties consist of separate housing units in one or several buildings. An apartment building is a type of multi-family real estate.

The company’s investments are open to out-of-state investors, as well as investors abroad who have a U.S. tax ID number and bank account.

Revenue is generated through rent, which is collected on a monthly basis from property tenants. Investors will receive their share of the profit on a quarterly basis. This figure is calculated according to one’s initial investment.

According to the firm, its investments have averaged 15% in returns historically.

The company has a network of real estate professionals throughout Texas that allocates potential acquisitions that its internal team reviews. These properties are then presented to interested individuals who may choose to become partners by investing.

Upon acquisition, the company makes improvements in the property that add value. According to the firm, these improvements provide future tenants with a better standard of living and they allow the company to increase rent value.

Gray Spear Capital’s strategy considers all aspects of investing, including pre-acquisition underwriting, market analysis, and due diligence. Its asset management approach can optimize investment returns by enhancing asset performance.

An investment in multi-family real estate has multiple benefits, according to the firm. Compared with public equity markets and fixed income instruments, this investment has relatively lower volatility, while producing higher returns. Moreover, a real estate investment has tax benefits through depreciation, which can be reported to reduce tax liabilities.

While no investment is safe from risk, it can be reduced through proper strategic planning, due diligence, and market expertise, which are all offered by the firm.

Gray Spear Capital was founded by Hamza Ali, a longtime commercial and residential real estate investor managing a portfolio worth over $50 million in assets in Texas. Mr. Ali specializes in strategic investment, as well as development and mentoring experience.

More information about Gray Spear Capital’s investments can be found at the above URL.

Contact Info:
Name: Hamza Ali
Email: Send Email
Organization: Gray Spear Capital
Address: 2700 Post Oak Blvd 21st Floor, Houston, TX 77056, United States
Website: http://www.grayspearcapital.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88970056

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