We’ll help you invest in the right property at the right time. Your portfolio will thank us.
About VISIONWISE Capital
VisionWise Capital creates quality commercial real estate investments with the security and performance your portfolio deserves.
Even savvy investors may harbor concerns about adding real estate to their portfolio. VWC removes risks with fee efficient and expertly managed properties for accredited investors who know the importance of diversifying their holdings.
Diversify Your Portfolio
Go beyond stocks, bonds, and ETFs. Commercial real estate can play a key role in expanding your assets, optimizing your financial performance.
Protect Your Principal
The greatest risk in real estate investing is overuse of debt. VWC keeps the loan to value on all properties under 50% to protect your investment.
Invest with Experts
Our founder Sanford Coggins brings a strong commitment to the stewardship of each investor’s capital. We’ve also got “skin in the game” on every project.
Why VisionWise Capital?
Many investors miss opportunities because they believe investing in real estate is too complicated and risky. Let VisionWise Capital change that.
As a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA), Sanford Coggins often searched for commercial real estate investments for high-net-worth clients wishing to diversify their portfolios. Time after time, he only found subpar investments.
Most options available were public and private Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) with complicated ownership/fee structures and high costs. Sanford knew REITs weren’t the answer for his clients.
He sought a real estate investment he could personally “go visit and kick.”
Since the market didn’t have the investments Sanford knew his clients deserved, he set out to do it himself. Selling his RIA practice, he applied decades of experience in commercial real estate/wealth management to create something new: a plan for accredited investors to add California multifamily real estate to their portfolios without the costs and complications of a REIT.
Sanford Coggins created the VisionWise Capital Multifamily Fund to help RIAs and high-net-worth private investors confidently diversify their portfolios with real estate investments both safe and profitable.
Located in Orange County, California, our team is 100% dedicated to our mission of being thoughtful stewards of our investors’ capital.
Our Process for Your Success
VWC buys “old and tired” multivacancy properties, ranging from 5-50 units. We finance each with a conservative loan to value ratio.
VWC provides the TLC to appeal to today’s consumer. As units are refreshed, they are rented at prevailing market rates.
VWC installs proven and effective supervisory teams. (A great property manager is key to happy renters who pay on time!)
VWC’s proven process results in more reinvestment opportunities as we uncover new commercial properties fitting our model.
VisionWise Capital brings you:
Our sound commercial real estate investments reduce your risk, offering untapped opportunities for greater prosperity.
Safety of Principal
The amount of debt in capital structure is your biggest threat when investing in commercial real estate. That’s why we limit the loan to value ratio of all properties to 50% or less. Down cycles needn’t damage your portfolio!
Investment performance is meaningless if your gains are chewed up by high fees. We promise low expenses as compared to REITs to maximize your returns.
As a Class Member, you’ll receive a Schedule K1 reflecting your proportionate share of partnership income, losses, deductions, depreciations, and credits.
Certain tax advantaged accounts can partake in investments via a custodian.
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