Main Investment Considerations

BVT has enjoyed success, investing with experienced development partners to construct "Institutional Grade" multifamily properties with inherent value in irreplaceable locations. Typically, these sites have proximity to demand drivers in at least one of the following categories:

  • "Meds & Eds" (i.e. Hospitals and Universities)
  • "Innovation Districts" and/ or "Corporate or Government Strongholds" (i.e. significant employment hubs)
  • Accessibility to Complementary Retail Amenities

BVT targets undersupplied submarkets with significant rent and population growth. We have safeguarded investor capital throughout periods of market volatility and favor resilient institutional markets as a core strategy of diversification. BVT’s investment thesis is based on four pillars:

Sustainable Rent Growth

Proven and projected sustainable apartment rent growth

Supportable Population Growth / Household Formation

Favorable demographic and employment trends including positive population growth, job growth, household formation, and income trends

Undersupplied Markets

Limited existing and under construction inventory and outsized apartment demand

Proven Institutional Exit Scenarios

Liquid investment markets sought by institutional investors ensuring institutional investment exit