About the Company Strategy
MGRA employs a straightforward investment strategy that takes advantage of value in great locations at discounts to replacement cost. These properties stretch across several different classes and are adjusted to meet investor needs. Once an asset is purchased, MGRA then contracts to renovate the property. The goal, in this stage, is to increase the asset value as much as possible. The capital structure throughout our investments is set to use these improvements and better the return to investors. This stage can take up to two years to complete. Once the property is ready for tenants, we bring in our management team to fill and manage the units. All assets purchased through MGRA are closely held and managed by MGRA's own management team. This mitigates management costs and keeps the investor closer to their capital. The goal, in this stage, is to then create cashflow through the property income and operations. Cashflow is imperative in real estate investing and is one of the reasons investors seek holdings in this class. Cashflow is extended as long as there are tenants in your property. Getting tenants into longterm leases will create a cashflow system that will increase in value as the asset matures. After the asset has cash flowed and appreciated for several years, management then seeks to identify an exit strategy for investors. Once the exit point is determined, the asset is then brought to market and sold at a premium to longterm investors. This strategy has brought about incredible returns and brings investors the results they want.
Acquire high quality income producing assets at a discount
Address structural and operating issues through aggressive renovation
Establish longterm leases that produce cashflow to investors
Liquidate the asset
and return invested capital