asset management
financial reporting
property managers

Asset management encompasses a wide range of activities, but can be simply defined as the process of adding value to real estate investments. Real estate profits are created in four basic ways: buying extremely well, financing in the most favorable manner, operating a property to maximize annual income, and selling at the right time. The asset manager oversees all of this activity on behalf of individual or institutional owners

The key functions of asset management are outlined below:

  • Portfolio Administration
  • Investment Analysis
  • Acquisition Review
  • Performance Monitoring
  • Retenanting/Rehabilitation
  • Peripheral Development
  • Refinancing
  • Restructuring Ownership
  • Disposition