Archer Realty Investment

Investment Methodology

Our investment management system considers our strategies, proprietary research analysis, fundamental planning & execution capabilities along with evaluation and improvement methodologies that serve the company’s unique investment management system. Figure 1(a) outlined below illustrates our investment management lifecycle – 

We maintain value growth through the following 

  1. Diversified Tenant Base – We build a pool of diversified tenant base who come from various different backgrounds with different requirements to rent/lease so that one tenant or a set of them having same patterns do not disrupt the company’s profits
  2. Positive Cash Flow – We strive to maintain a positive cash flow in any market condition through our tailored leasing contracts that adapt to specific needs of the tenants to have a recurring and sustainable cash flow
  3. Build to Scale – Constantly evaluate and find the right levers in the business that needs to be scaled along with maintaining a “decent” profit margin 
  4. Market Advantage – Since our strategies are unique and tailored to adapt to specific needs of tenants and most imporarntly “ not rigid” it gives us the flexibility to maintain market advantage than our competitors
  • Execution Oversight & Control Points – Our flawless attention to detail in running operations and addressing needs of our tenants timely have proven to provide us with value added benefits

Risk Management Methodology

Our risk assessment methodology includes multiple parameters to evaluate and make a near accurate prediction of how that investment can benefit. Some of the parameters include but not limited to is to look at historic trends when it comes to demand and supply, financials accrued vs forecasted, pricing strategies that have been used in the area, vacancy rates, expense to income ratio etc. 

Today’s digital information makes it even more seamless and helps investors to deal with risks in a calculated way before they even get into it by providing data analytics & metrics that can be useful for analysis purposes.  

Firstly, taking on a huge debt in the form of a loan to purchase a very expensive property compounds to the risk directly. This causes financial overruns and most importantly expenses spike in the event of failure(s). When expenses spike and revenue become constant, automatically one will not realize the right margin and value. So, keeping a tab on maintaining healthy reserves is one of the first steps we consider when it comes to dealing with risks. 

Secondly, not following micro trends nor have a proper understanding of market conditions will add to the risks. So, conducting a lot of market research and dedicating time to do it religiously is one of the other ways how we deal with risks 

Thirdly, structuring the real estate investment itself – LLC, right property insurance, following local regulations, leveraging experts to draft and review agreements, purchasing general liability etc. at the offset itself eliminates risks downstream 

As they say, nothing is perfect one should not get bogged down with the thinking that all risks are remediated as some real estate risk is unavoidable to some extent.  

In the case of operations, we ensure dedicated oversight and establish control points – property managers to visit the property at pre-defined frequency intervals based on the agreements laid out upfront in the lease and agreed upon both parties will help to alleviate most of the risks down the road.  

All in all, most the risks stated above can be controlled and in some cases be eliminated. So constant monitoring of all aspects is the key take-way here which we follow to deal with risks involved in real estate 

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