Houston TX Multifamily Real Estate Investing Tips Income Opportunity Launched

A multifamily real estate investment firm in Houston has launched a new investing opportunity for individuals who are looking for a stable and reliable source of passive income.

Houston, United States - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A company specializing in real estate investing has announced a new opportunity for individuals looking to earn passively from multifamily realty within and around Houston, Texas.

More information is available at https://grayspearcapital.com

The company, Gray Spear Capital, is a real estate investment firm that acquires, develops, and manages value-add multifamily properties in behalf of investors. Those who wish to earn through these properties may finance these acquisitions, and they can receive an income quarterly from rent earnings.

Upon signing up, investors become actual partners in the acquisition and management of the property. They are provided with access to an online portal that gives them up-to-date information about the performance of their investment.

According to the company, its investments have historically yielded a 15% internal rate of return, adding that it has maintained the stable growth of its assets because of its comprehensive property management strategy.

Beginning with the acquisition stage, Gray Spear Capital performs extensive due diligence before presenting potential properties to its partners. The firm improves the property after its purchase, which gives it higher market value and income potential.

This fully developed value-add real estate is then rented out at a price justified by the improvements that were made. The company has maintained an occupancy rate of 96%, which is higher than the industry average.

Gray Spear Capital has a holding period of three to seven years. During this holding period, it ensures that its properties would appreciate in value to generate the optimal ROI for everyone involved.

Multifamily real estate investing offers a number of benefits to investors. It has tax benefits owing to depreciation whose value can be deducted from one’s tax payments. A property can also increase in market value over the years as long as it is properly maintained. Moreover, it has the potential to provide a stable income regardless of economic conditions.

Gray Spear Capital is headed by Hamza Ali, a veteran of 15 years in residential and commercial real estate investing, with over $50 million’s worth of multifamily properties in Texas. Apart from investing, he specializes in mentoring through his YouTube channel, where he shares his knowledge about the industry.

Full details about the company’s investment opportunities can be found at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Hamza Ali
Email: Send Email
Organization: Gray Spear Capital
Address: 2700 Post Oak Blvd 21st Floor, Houston, TX 77056, United States
Website: http://www.grayspearcapital.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88977018

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