Each investment property offers a unique set of opportunities. We endeavor to match such opportunities with our investor’s criteria, as well as short-term and long-term goals. Here is a list of investment criteria to be taken into consideration:

FUNDING: Determine total dollar amount available for investment.

GEOGRAPHICAL PREFERENCE: Determine the desired location of the investment property (if a specific location is preferred)

INVESTMENT CATEGORY: Determine the desired project category (if a specific category is preferred)-


  • Single-Family Homes:
    • Custom Home
    • Semi-Custom Homes
    • Track Homes
  • Multi-Family:
    • Townhomes
    • Apartments Buildings
    • Student Housing


  • Shopping Center:
    • Neighborhood Shopping Center:
      • 4-10 Acres
      • 30,000-100,000 SF of gross leasable area
      • 5,000-40,000 population within 1.5 miles (i.e. 6-minute driving distance)
      • Necessary goods (Supermarket as the major tenant) and personal services (laundry, dry cleaning, barbering, and shoe repairing) for the daily needs of the people in the immediate area.
    •  Community Shopping Center
      • 10-30 Acres
      • 100,000-300,000 SF of gross leasable area
      • 40,000-300,000 population within 3.5 miles (i.e. 14-minute driving distance)
      • In addition to the convenience goods and personal services offered by the neighborhood shopping center, a community shopping center provides an even wider range of facilities for the sake of large appliances, furniture, wearing apparel, and related services (20% Supermarket, 30% Major General Merchandise tenant, 25% other Clothing and Shoe Retailers, and the balance to other kinds of merchandisers and service businesses)
    • Regional and Super Regional Shopping Center
  • Strip Plaza/Retail Stores
  • Retail Stores & Professional/Medical Offices (2-4 Story Bldg)
  • Professional Office Building/Office Center (1-4 Story Bldg)
  • Multi-Tenant/Office/Restaurant/Retail (1-2 Story Bldg)
  • Medical Buildings Complex:
    • Medical Offices (2-4 Story Bldg)
    • Group Medical Practice Complex:
      • Proper planning include developer, architect and the doctors themselves on how best to design the complex given the special consideration of doctors’ requirements.
      • Location preferably close to major medical facilities in buildings that can provide complementary, as well as peripheral medical services.
      • Multi-doctor facilities produce maximum tenant interest and better utilization of the land.
      • Proper mix of tenants, as well as auxiliary facilities as a pharmacy, clinical pathology lab, MRI/scan, etc.
      • Offers a greater potential for patient-referral system.
  • Senior Housing:
    • Retirement Communities:
      • Includes lifestyle amenities, recreation, shopping convenience, comfort, minimum maintenance, and a high degree of security.
      • Blended into a well-planned unity, retirement developments include single-family dwellings, condominiums, facilities, garden apartments, town houses, shopping centers, and recreation.
      • It could also include swimming pools, clubhouses, hoppy shops, medical clinics, golf course, and convalescent centers.
      • Congregate Care Centers:
    • Congregate Care Centers:
      • Includes assisted-living facilities and nursing homes.
      • Designed in the format of an apartment hotel providing housing, food, maintenance, and health care within one facility.
  • Master Planned Community

: Residential and commercial development


  • Office-Warehouse Flex-Space
  • Self Storage Facilities

: Determine preference of project type (if a specific type is preferred)-

     Existing Buildings/Structures:

  • Fix and keep to lease for income-producing then to sell after appreciation in value to re-invest in other investment opportunities.
  • Fix and flip for a quick turn-around to re-invest in other investment opportunities.

     New Construction:

  • Land:
    • Undeveloped Land: Large zoned acreage of land- to be designed, engineered, permitted and developed into residential and/or commercial projects.
    • Permitted Lots: Parcels of land already subdivided into lots with pre-existing facilities (water, sewer, electricity, paved roads, curbs, etc.). Such lots are usually located in established and desirable neighborhoods- ready to build models for the purpose of pre-selling homes to pre-qualified buyers and/or to sell individual lots.
  • Plans & Specifications: Determine preferred architectural design, floor plans, specifications, and features to include.

     Procurement: Making an offer.

     Construction: Executing the turn-key construction process into final completion- ready to lease and/or sell.