PDI EQUITY GROUP
PDI EQUITY GROUP is a venture capital in the United States, responsible for early stage funding of numerous successful startups including Twitter, Tumblr, Oculus, Warby Parker, Cruise, Slack, and others. It has branches in Boston, San Francisco, and New York City.
PDI EQUITY GROUP
PDI EQUITY GROUP is a venture capital in the United States, responsible for early stage funding of numerous successful startups including Twitter, Tumblr, Oculus, Warby Parker, Cruise, Slack, and others. It has branches in Boston, San Francisco, and New York City.
PDI EQUITY GROUP
PDI EQUITY GROUP is a venture capital in the United States, responsible for early stage funding of numerous successful startups including Twitter, Tumblr, Oculus, Warby Parker, Cruise, Slack, and others. It has branches in Boston, San Francisco, and New York City.

Our Mission

We are a commercial real estate investment company dedicated to helping others realize the many benefits associated with multifamily real estate.

Our History

Founded in 2020, and after having 20 years of experience buying residential real estate we decided to transition to commercial real estate full-time due to the numerous opportunities we were seeing in the market. Our team consists of seasoned professionals who have the capabilities to get each project across the finish line in a timely fashion while staying on budget.

Our Target Markets

We are very dedicated to our investors & partners and our investment strategy has always been very conservative. We focus on markets that offer both population & job growth, and we look for future appreciation and nearby development opportunities that will increase the evaluations on our projects

Our Investment Strategy Criteria

We target C-Class properties located in B-Areas, as well as B-Class properties located in A-Areas. In an ideal world we buy based on immediate cash-flow but we do understand that most properties today are going to require some type of value-add in order to increase rents and lowering expenses while adding value to both our residents and our investors.

Conservative approach

We base all of our investments off of very conservative underwriting guidelines. We look for cash flow & future appreciation in markets that offer our investors the highest potential for success. This conservative approach ultimately leads to a better property for both our investors and our residents.

What is Multifamily Real Estate

We buy apartment buildings & apartment complexes

Why Multifamily

Discover why investing in multifamily real estate has the potential to change your life

Passive income & Cash Flow

Multifamily real estate is the solution for anyone looking to achieve financial freedom through passive income and consistent cash flow. The long-term stability of apartment buildings has always been a great vehicle for anyone looking to diversify their investment portfolio as well as anyone looking to expand their retirement account portfolio. Multifamily investing is a viable alternative to investing in stocks and bonds while offering investors asset diversification, as well as a different risk and return profile

Tax benefits

We are not professional tax accountants and we recommend you seek proper counsel, but owning real estate has always offered incredible tax savings and huge tax advantages when compared to traditional investments such as stocks & bonds. Often times investors in apartment buildings end up paying little to no taxes because of the loopholes written into our tax codes. Oftentimes you are also able to reduce or eliminate the taxes you pay at your W2 job when owning commercial real estate.

Appreciation

Appreciation, in general terms, is an increase in the value of an asset over time. Commercial real estate offers both natural appreciation and forced appreciation. Natural appreciation is the increase in value that real estate generally experiences over time. Have you ever heard the saying “When is the best time to buy real estate, yesterday” that is because real estate naturally increases in value due to inflation and natural occurrences within our economy. Forced appreciation is the increase in value directly related to an increase in rental income or a decrease in expenses. The better that property performs, the higher its evaluation.