As an individual investor, it is likely that you feel 100% of your money is potentially at risk with each and every investment. However when you as the investor invest in a Real Estate Investment Fund Restore Utah you are sharing both risk and reward scenarios with other investors. With a competent company like Restore Utah helmed at the top by Jim Schulte, President and Principal it is likely that the risk is low and investment goals are achievable.
Restore Utah is a real estate investment fund and operator focused on Salt Lake County and the greater Wasatch Front. Jim Schulte President along with his professional team for Restore Utah oversees investing, rehabilitation and leasing activities. He is skilled at planning and developing real estate projects, securing development rights, completing successful investments and evaluating market conditions.
Restore-Utah seeks the connection between enhancing communities by providing quality affordable housing for low and moderate income families and in return earn an acceptable return for its investors.
Real Estate Restore Utah for Single Family Investments Restore’s primary focus until now is acquiring existing single family homes in Salt Lake, Davis and Weber counties. Restore Utah since its establishment has acquired over 325 homes, investing over $55mm.
Restore Utah introduced Multifamily Acquisitions In mid-2013, and is since focused on acquiring small to mid-size Class B and C multifamily assets throughout greater Salt Lake.
The principal’s of Restore Utah are experienced and have held positions at major development and home building firms thus contributing to New Development, land entitlement as well as ground up construction of single and multifamily properties.
About Restore Utah:
Restore Utah is an opportunistic real estate investment company and operator with a unique capability to match the needs of capital partners with attractive targeted opportunities. The firm was founded in 2012 by principals of McKinley Realty Partners and since that time has invested in $140 million of residential rental properties. Leveraging the insight of its partners gained over multiple real estate cycles, the firm is now utilizing the platform to grow into new areas.
To know more about Real Estate Investment Fund Restore Utah please visit our website: http://www.restore-utah.com
1600 South State Street
Salt Lake City, Utah 84115