For over 30 years, Capital Commercial Investments, Inc. (“CCI”) has been a consistent, contrarian, value-focused real estate investor realizing average annual returns of 23% on completed investments with CCI’s full discretion over major decisions. After more than 200 successful investments, CCI remains unwavering in its commitment to this principle. The foundation of CCI is the strength of its “team” environment.
With a veteran staff totaling more than 400 years of combined industry experience, CCI’s experienced team excels at finding value across a broad spectrum of potential real estate investment opportunities and realizes the greatest possible returns while minimizing risk.
Four Investment Models
Dividend Cash-flow Investments (Mailbox Money “MBM“): long-term, cash-flow investments with embedded industrial and office tenants.
End of Corporate Life Investments: office and industrial properties being sold by Fortune 500 companies.
Development: office and industrial construction for build-to-suit tenants and speculative construction in supply constrained markets with low vacancy.
Significant Track Record
Last 5 Years – 32% IRR to LP Investors (net of fees).
- Focused on acquiring value-add opportunities in high-growth markets
- Specialized in repositioning former Fortune 500 company campuses
- Over 400 years of combined industry experience
- Institutional experience from USAA, Tishman Speyer, Fortress, and Blackstone
- Multiple institutional partners and over 800 private investors
- Deploy capital rapidly into opportunistic investments to guarantee certainty of close
- Longstanding real estate relationships with lenders and brokers across the Sun Belt
- Extensive access and research into off-market deals
- Nationwide in high-growth markets
- Mix of stabilized and value-add assets
- Office & Industrial properties
- Focus on well-located, quality assets that require capital renovations, in need of brand repositioning, and/or poorly managed
- Former Fortune 500 campuses at the end of corporate life
- Enter markets at the bottom of the real estate cycle
- Identify and assign the top brokerage team in the submarket to accelerate lease-up
- Maintain extensive relationships with Fortune 500 companies to facilitate corporate relocations into target markets
- Reduce operating expenses by efficiently and cost-effectively managing the asset
- Utilize in-house construction team to significantly lower capital improvement costs
- Sell fully repositioned, stabilized property to institutional buyers
- Recapitalize the investment and continue to actively manage