This 1970s community in a growing suburb of Orlando had excellent floor plans but was required to undergo a $500,000 code compliance project. 

Anthora acquires multifamily and manufactured housing properties throughout the Southeast with particular attention to properties in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, coastal Georgia, and north Florida. Turnaround opportunities (high vacancy, unit rehabs, challenging operations, e.g.) are warmly welcomed.

Multifamily acquisition targets will generally have some mixture of the following:

  • Built 1970-2000
  • Secondary or Tertiary locations (see Projects for typical markets)
  • Value Add ($2-5000/unit) or Opportunistic/"Heavy" Value Add ($5-15,000/unit)
  • Class B or C
  • Non-institutional ownership
  • 100-500 units
  • Proximity to employment or education
  • No occupancy minimum
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Manufactured housing communities will generally have the following characteristics:

  • Secondary or Tertiary locations
  • All ages
  • 1-4 star
  • 50+ sites
  • Proximity to employment or education
  • City water and/or sewer
  • No limits on park owned homes