Distressed Residential

During the housing crisis and subsequent recession of 2007 and beyond, House Properties formed a series of distressed residential real estate funds sought to capitalize on depressed market values, low borrowing rates, a strong rental market and limited availability of credit to the broader consumer market.

Distressed Fund One

The first fund focused on properties that were bank owned, short sale, and/or deeply discounted.

Distressed Fund Two

Due to the success of HP’s first fund, a second fund double the size of the first fund was initiated to continue to pursue this opportunity during the protracted housing recovery.

Distressed Fund Three

Due to the success of HP’s first two funds, a third fund double the size of the second fund was initiated to continue to pursue the opportunities still prevalent in the marketplace.