NASIS Has a Disciplined Approach to
Commercial Real Estate Acquisitions
NAS Investment Solutions, LLC [“NASIS”] applies a disciplined approach to identifying and evaluating prospective commercial real estate acquisitions. One focus of NASIS’ real estate acquisitions on conventional multifamily and student housing properties with and without a mixed-use overlay in primary and secondary markets throughout the United States. The company’s aim is to improve operating performance and realize appreciation over time, all the while generating consistent distributable cash flow for its real estate investors.
Towards this end, NASIS buys into economically diverse markets with identifiable opportunities in the employment sector. Above all else, the company values location, and its willingness to invest in both primary and secondary markets with strong inherent fundamentals driven by several factors, including barriers to entry, quality of life, proximity to amenities and transportation, and the like.
NASIS’ general commercial real estate acquisitions criteria focuses on properties meeting the following criteria:
- Generally, 65+ units, but the company will also consider smaller assets for its own account.
- Core Plus and Value Add, garden-style Class B properties built in the 1990’s or later. Stabilized properties may also be purchased if justified by location and other market considerations.
- As for student housing, proximity to colleges and universities with strong projected enrollment growth in markets with favorable supply and demand characteristics.
- Assets appropriate for a long-term hold.
The company values long-term, loyal relationships with brokers and other professionals, and does business with a fast moving, no-nonsense approach to commercial real estate acquisitions.