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Shelter Resources Inc Acquires 164-Unit Multifamily Asset in Washington

4/06/18

Shelter Resources Inc has acquired College Glen Apartments, a 164-unit apartment complex located at 4870 55th Lane SE in Lacey, WA, for $19.3 mil ($117.7k/unit). The seller was College Glen Apartments, LP.

Built in 1996, College Glen is a well-maintained, low-density, garden-style community. It features multiple amenities including a playground, community center, and indoor sports court. College Glen is a low-income housing tax credit property, and Shelter Resources will continue to operate the community as such.

Shelter Resources, and their equity partner, Enterprise Community Investment Inc, assumed the existing HUD loan on the property, supplemented with a new subordinate cash flow loan from Enterprise Community Loan Fund, a national Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI). They are planning a re-syndication of the tax credits. Shelter Resources will conduct renovations to the interior and exterior to enhance the community for its residents.

Kidder Mathews’ multifamily brokers, Sid Warsinske, Giovanni Napoli, Philip Assouad, and Ryan Dinius brokered the transaction.

Secondary and tertiary locations continue to experience accelerated rent growth, and as a result, investors are increasingly moving their capital to markets, such as Lacey, that have more attractive returns coupled with good economic drivers. In Lacey, landlords experienced close to 8% rental growth last year. From 2016 to 2017, multifamily sales volume doubled in Olympia and Lacey, compared to the Tri-Counties where sales volume actually declined. In addition, area median incomes continue to outpace inflationary growth, which makes the tax credit aspect of the community very attractive.

“We’ve seen continued investor interest acquiring multifamily assets in the South-end over the last few years, but particularly in Pierce and Thurston Counties over the past 24 months as rent growth on a percentage basis is amongst the highest in the region,” said Napoli.

“Not only are local investors, such as Shelter, pursuing tertiary locations, but some of the larger sponsors and syndicators across the Western United States are targeting areas such as Lacey and Bellingham,” said Warsinske. “Historically these have been markets largely dominated by local players, but as cap rates have compressed in the core markets such as King and Snohomish counties, these investors are choosing to seek yield in these locations and play off the phenomenal employment and rent growth in Western Washington,” he said.






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