Harbor Group Multi-Family Eq Portfolio II

Annualized return3

Target net annualized cash yield



60 months

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Important Notes

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Desirable location
Strong rental market - Columbus, OH
Strong rental market - Cincinnati, OH
Business plan
Experienced team
  • Columbus attracts a young and educated demographic thanks to Ohio State University and a cost of doing business that’s 2% lower than the national average. The employment growth coupled with the attractive cost-of-living has seen the population in Columbus increase by 15% over the last decade, pushing the demand for rental units higher.

    Cincinnati offers residents a low cost of living relative to other major cities around the country, with living expenses amounting to approximately 21% of the median household income. According to U.S. News & World Report, the low cost of living, coupled with a healthy job market featuring Fortune 500 companies such as Kroger and Procter & Gamble, has seen Cincinnati awarded the best place to live in Ohio in 2021. The attractiveness of Cincinnati continues to drive new residents into the area.

  • According to CoStar, the Columbus multi-family market has seen demand increase over the past 12 months with net absorption (total amount of space that tenants physically moved into – total amount of space that tenants physically moved out of) amounting to 7.8k units. This strong demand was mainly a result of the market's quick recovery from the pandemic.

    Employment fundamentals are strong in the market, which is driving more people to the area, while rising homeownership costs will continue to limit the number of young families that can afford to purchase their own homes, forcing them to rent instead. The vacancy rate currently sits at 5.1% market wide and over the past 12 months rents increased 7.4%. CoStar expects vacancy to remain stable and rent growth to average 4.48% over the next 5 years.

  • According to CoStar, The Cincinnati multi-family market has strong fundamentals as it is an affordable area to live relative to other major cities, as such rental demand has increased while new multi-family development has slowed. Vacancy in the market sits at 3.7% while rents have increased 6.7% over the past 12 months. Over the next five years rent growth is expected to average 3.5% per year and vacancy rates are expected to remain stable.

  • The Sponsor plans to spend $28.5M to complete common area and interior renovations on ~60% of units prior to raising rents closer to the market average.

    Harbor intends to renovate 37 units per month, with renovations commencing in month 6 and concluding in month 45 of the investment.

    The renovation program is expected to raise rents on renovated units by $110 per unit, resulting in a 20% return-on-income. View expected rent growth year-over-year here:

    In addition to increasing rents, the Sponsor expects to reduce the portfolio's operating expenses to be in line with the market and institutional ownership standards. For example, the Sponsor currently operates other multi-family buildings in the area for $1K less per unit per year in comparison to this portfolio of properties. View expected rent growth year-over-year here.

  • Founded in 1985, HGI is a leading global real estate investment and management firm. HGI owns and manages 362 assets worldwide, consisting of 53K multi-family units and 4.4M SF of commercial space, investing across the capital stack in both debt and equity to generate strong risk-adjusted returns for investors.

    With 36 years of experience in the real estate industry, HGI has approximately 1.38K employees worldwide. HGI utilizes an in-house management company, Harbor Group Management Co. (HGMC), which provides expertise in property management, property leasing, and construction management. HGMC currently manages approximately 43.3K apartment units across 18 states, and more than 4.1M SF of commercial properties across 12 states.


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Target ann'l net return

12% - 14%

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Target equity multiple

1.6x - 1.8x

Target ann'l cash yield



Payment schedule

Quarterly + event based


Target term

5 years


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