Market Rate Investments from a Proven Multifamily Expert

At Boston Capital, we believe that the demand for quality rental apartments will continue to grow as residents choose the mobility, convenience and affordability that renting offers over home ownership.  Housing is generally undersupplied and rental apartments continue to be an expanding component of the housing market, offering advantages for consumers and investors alike. Since 2002, Boston Capital Real Estate (“BCRE”) has specialized in originating and executing opportunity-driven equity investments in the market-rate multifamily apartment sector throughout the United States. We seek to actively capitalize on the positive demand attributes and strong demographic trends driving the market-rate multifamily apartment market by investing opportunistically.

Unparalleled multifamily experience

BCRE leverages Boston Capital’s 40 years of experience in the real estate industry. Our senior professionals have extensive experience in real estate, each with an average 23+ years of experience. They have overseen more than $13 billion in multifamily and other commercial property investments, in addition to BCRE’s $1.6 billion in property investment.

A consistent philosophy

Underscoring our strategy is a rigorous, bottom-up analytical culture and a “zero-loss” investment philosophy rooted in our management team’s deep professional background. We focus on identifying and realizing value, avoiding overpriced markets, and protecting investor capital above all.

For the life of the investment

BCRE oversees every aspect of each investment from acquisition and renovation to asset management and disposition.

Options to meet your needs

BCRE offers investment vehicles that can employ a variety of real estate capital structures including equity, preferred equity, and mezzanine financing. We apply varied investment structures to invest across a range of market-rate multifamily opportunities to best suit our investors’ unique needs and market opportunities.

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