The primary goal of VSI Real Estate is to enhance it's portfolio of highly profitable, well-located, well run commercial holdings. Specific emphasis is placed on an asset’s current and future cash flow and potential for long-term appreciation.
The family’s goal is not to flip properties, but to acquire properties that would be profitable for generations.
In pursuit of that goal, we are typically looking to invest in commercial properties with the following characteristics:
- Great locations between Blaine and Tacoma, Washington in core markets.
- Excellent tenants.
- Real property with the potential to benefit from rezoning or other legal or regulatory changes under consideration.
- Purpose built or acquired student specific housing.
- Low income or HUD regulated multi-family projects.
- The following property types: Hotel, Senior Living, Office, Retail or mixed use, multi-family, or light industrial (excluding industrial land).
Real property associated with an operating business in conjunction with a purchase by VSI Private Equity Investing.
In The News
Coastal Community Bank has raised $6.5 million in a private stock offering that the Everett-based bank said would be used to bolster the bank’s capital and take advantage of expansion opportunities. An earlier version of this blog post included details from a private placement offering that contained outdated information. I caught up with Coastal Community […]
VanSickle Investments Participates in Horizon Real Estate’s purchase of Cal State University Student Housing Project “The Element”. VSI has invested in the $37M purchase of the 288 unit “The Element”. The Element is a 2004 built, student specific housing project at Cal State Univ Sacramento. This is the 19th Student housing invesmtment made by VSI.
October 16, 2012. There had been rumors that HCP, Inc. might be buying Emeritus Senior Living, but it looks like it is buying only a portion of the assets managed by the company. HCP has agreed to pay $1.73 billion for 133 senior living communities with 10,350 units, or about $167,000 per unit, which make […]
There had been rumors that HCP, Inc. might be buying Emeritus Senior Living, but it looks like it is buying only a portion of the assets managed by the company. HCP has agreed to pay $1.73 billion for 133 senior living communities with 10,350 units, or about $167,000 per unit, which make up most of […]
VSI Sponsor MS’s Annual Ride Montana Bike Ride! For more information, please see http://main.nationalmssociety.org/