Warrior Win

Tim Severson

Retiring in a few weeks (on May 6th) from a 30 year, multiple 6 figure W2 career. I’ve been a Regional Director for a National Apparel Retailer overseeing $145,000,000 Revenue across 58 Store Locations, 9 States and up to 2,000 Employees. The past 4 years in Real Estate Investing have positioned me for the ability to retire the W2 via Growing Capital through small MultiFamily and Residential Flips that were then Invested into JV’s totaling 92 units across a 52 unit and 40 unit MultiFamily Properties. These 2 properties were closed back 2 back in August and September 2021. My Passions are Building Teams, Leading People and Asset Management.

Property Details

Address: Lind Commons (52 unit) and Craycroft Commons (40 unit)
Number of Units: 92
Value Add Deal? Yes
Purchase Price: $6,615,000
Estimated monthly increase projected? $300/unit
Anticipated value after value add: 52 unit from $3,450,000 to $5,700,000 and 40 unit from $3,165,000 to $5,000,000
Estimated Cash on Cash Return: 52 unit after ReFi (in progress @ Month 9) 14+% and 40 unit 12+%
Estimated Internal Rate of Return:  The 52 unit cash out ReFi @ Month 9 will return 80% of initial capital. The 40 unit targeting 100% Cash out ReFi @ Year 2 for 100% initial Capital and then hold for infinite return.

Warrior team
shout outs:

Any comments about your experience so far in the Warrior Program?

The Culture among the group is incredible with very positive people in both mindset and in heart. Relationships are everything in this Business.

How did you find this property?

Broker relationships for both. The 40 unit was a phone call on the right day at the right time which gave us first and only look at the property. We had accepted LOI within 48 hours of phone call.

How did you structure the financing of this property?

52 unit @ Bridge Debt and 40 unit 7 year fixed.

Was this a joint venture or syndication?

Joint Venture on both.

How did you raise the equity?

JV Partners.

What was the equity raise?

Partners invested $1,300,000 on the 52 unit and $1,000,000 on the 40 unit.

What are some hurdles you had to overcome to get this deal done?

The occupancy on the 52 unit dropped below 90% before closing and had to shift to Bridge Debt at last minute and was still able to close the loan within 2 days based upon the relationship with local bank.

What are some of the lessons you learned with this deal?

Put 90% occupancy to be maintained by Seller through close of escrow into the Purchase Agreement.

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