The Vue – SOLD

156 Unit Apartment Complex | Austin, Texas

This Asset Was Recently Sold!

Asset Overview

  • 156 Unit Apartment Complex
  • Austin, Texas
  • Value Add
  • Core Plus

Asset Details

The CalTier Fund invested in The Vue in September 2021 and the property sold just 13 months later in October 2022, our second property to complete a full lifecycle.

Upon acquisition, our real estate partner, Lionel Partners, immediately began adding washer and dryer sets to the Classic Units, helping to increase rents by $240/month for those units – a 22.5% increase!

Within the 13 months, all capital expenditures were completed, including upgrading the individual units, updating the exterior paint, re-striping the parking lot, replacing the roofs, renovating the gym, enhancing the dog park, resurfacing the pool, and improving the BBQ grills. Because of these improvements, in-place rents were increased by 35.9%. This helped The Vue realize an increase in value of $47,500 per unit.

In 13 months, CalTier Fund 1 was able to see a 120.72% return on its initial investment.

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New Investment – The Vue – Austin, Texas

New 156 Multi-Family Unit Value-Add Project Austin, TX (1,000+ units and growing!) We are delighted to announce the CalTier Fund has made a new investment with Lionel Partners. This incredibly exciting partnership demonstrates CalTier's strength in providing our investors with a diverse portfolio of cash-flowing assets.   About The Vue The Vue is a 156-unit multi-family property nestled just NNE from the center of Austin, Texas. It was built in 1999 with a unit mix of 70% 2bd & 3bd ...

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