Restore Utah - Real Estate Investment Fund in Salt Lake County
Restore Utah is a real estate investment fund and operator focused on Salt Lake County and the greater Wasatch Front. With backing from one of the country’s leading institutional investors and largest banks, the firm has invested over $140mm in residential rental properties including six multifamily communities totaling 375 units, and over 500 single-family rentals. Restore’s mission is to invest in underserved communities, revitalizing the existing housing stock and developing new workforce housing.
Restore Utah is an opportunistic real estate investment company and operator with a unique capability to match the needs of capital partners with attractive targeted opportunities. The firm was founded in 2012 initially focused on capitalizing on the rapidly evolving area of single family home rental properties while concentrating on low and moderate income geographies with particular need for stabilization.
Restore Utah Construction (“RUC”) is an affiliate of Restore Utah. RUC’s 20+ employees have managed construction projects in the residential, commercial and retail sectors throughout Utah and over the past year, have renovated 200+ homes.
RUC prides itself professional, high quality results with the following characteristics:
* Consistent, high-quality specification superior to typical single family rental homes available in the market.
* Professional and system driven processes ensuring predictable outcomes.
* Rapid and budget conscious delivery found in high quality production environments.
Multifamily - Our multifamily investments focus on those with value add opportunities that provide enhanced neighborhood appeal and promote a sense of community among the residents.
Single Family Exterior - A significant goal of our single family property improvements is to transform homes from a community concern to a neighborhood asset.
Residential Interior - Interior renovations include not only cosmetic upgrades, but improvements to home systems such as heating and air conditioning, insulation and plumbing and electrical upgrades.
For more information about Restore Utah Real Estate Investment visit: http://www.restore-utah.com