Value Add

Value-add properties require their investors to refurbish, rebrand or renovate the assets to reach their fullest potential and generate maximum cash flow.


Although value-add investments require extensive improvements that are of higher risks, once these assets have reached their fullest potential, they offer better returns than “core “properties. 

These improvements involve large-scale renovations, including mending deferred maintenance, below market occupancy, substandard facilities and upgradation of equipments.

Therefore, value add investments are moderate to high risk investment strategies that provide moderate to high returns.


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Investing in venture capital funds is inherently risky and illiquid. It involves a high degree of risk and is suitable only for sophisticated and qualified investors.