How We Interpret the Latest Inflation News

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By David Scherer, Origin Co-CEO


This week brought another round of high inflation figures, partly driven by rent increases. Next week, the Fed is expected to hike interest rates. For our Funds, rent equals revenue, and interest rates can play in our favor—but the current economic environment requires agility and vigilance. Origin Co-CEO David Scherer offers his big-picture perspective.

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By David Scherer, Origin Co-CEO


When evaluating investments in multifamily real estate, it’s helpful to consider trends that could indicate whether consumers will find it more attractive in the future to rent or to buy. In this article, we discuss economic factors currently influencing the decisions of prospective tenants and home buyers.

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Wednesday, September 21 • 10 a.m. CT


If you have realized capital gains, investing in Origin QOZ Fund II allows you to avoid paying taxes on those gains until 2026. Please join us for a QOZ Fund II Update webinar where Co-CEOs Michael Episcope and David Scherer will provide property-level insights, give an update on the deal pipeline and answer any questions that you have. For potential investors, attending these webinars is the best way to see how we keep our investment partners informed.

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Thursday, October 6 • 11 a.m. CT


Origin’s IncomePlus Fund has continued to be a bright spot in investors’ portfolios despite a tumultuous year for the public markets. Join us for an IncomePlus Fund update webinar where Co-CEO David Scherer and Managing Director of Acquisitions Dave Welk will update attendees on the Fund’s assets, preferred equity portfolio and current deal pipeline.










Multifamily Credit Fund Third Closing

The deadline to complete subscription documents to participate in the Origin Multifamily Credit Fund’s third fundraising closing is September 30. The Fund is designed to deliver a low-risk stream of passive income for qualified purchasers by investing in multifamily mortgage bonds. With a capital call set for early October, investors who complete subscription documents by Sept. 30 will have 90% to 100% of their committed capital put to work right away.






Growth Fund IV Third Closing

The deadline to complete subscription documents to participate in Origin Growth Fund IV’s third fundraising closing is October 7, with a capital call set for mid-October. Growth Fund IV is a portfolio composed of ground-up multifamily developments in high-growth markets across the southeast and southwest United States.




Farm Haus – Origin Growth Fund III


Farm Haus is a ground-up multifamily development in Longmont, Colo., just 15 minutes north of Boulder. The 280-unit, Class A apartment community is located on the main thoroughfare in Longmont, giving it mountain views and tremendous access to retail. Longmont is often considered a more affordable option than Boulder for renters. We liked this deal because, at the time of our purchase, fewer than 500 apartment units had been delivered in this submarket since 2013 and occupancy rates had averaged 98% over that period. Now in lease-up, Farm Haus averaged 30 new signed leases in July and August. The property is currently 42% leased, and we anticipate fully completing the project in the next 60 days.

To learn more about the deals within our open investment Funds, please visit our website.

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