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Calvera Partners Acquires Fort Worth Multifamily Property

By David Saxe / September 18, 2023

Calvera Partners, recently acquired Saddlehorn Vista Apartments in Fort Worth, TX. This purchase is Calvera’s first acquisition in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro (DFW) and the final acquisition in its third value-add investment fund, the Multifamily Transformation Fund.

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Calvera Launches Multifamily Fund Seeking $100M in Capital

By Mark Nieto / March 13, 2023

San Francisco-based real estate investor and operator Calvera Partners has announced the launch of its Calvera Income and Growth Fund, the firm’s fourth discretionary private real estate fund. The Fund is seeking more than $100 million in capital commitments from accredited investors to acquire a portfolio of multifamily properties in high-growth markets. The Fund will…

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Calvera’s Investment in Active Austin Market Pays Off

By Erick Piravesh / January 12, 2023

A splash of paint here, some new appliances there, and tidy profits are possible flipping apartments in Austin. Just ask Tradewind Properties or Calvera Partners, firms that recently proved potential for returns for value-add complexes is still high in the Austin market. Wildhorn Capital Operations purchased the 284-unit Class B complex at 8054 Exchange Drive…

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Reimagined Library-Themed Apartments Complex Nets 65% Gain for Calvera Partners’ Investors

By David Saxe / November 11, 2021

Calvera Partners, a national real estate investor and operator, is pleased to announce the sale of the final building at “The Stacks”, a six-building apartment community located just blocks away from San Jose State University.

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Sold: Carrboro Apartments Fetch $40 Million from Investment Group

By Caleb Harshberger / September 8, 2021

A Carrboro apartment complex changed hands last week when a Minnesota investment firm spent $40 million on the deal.

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Calvera Closes $31.6 Million U.S. Multifamily Value-Add Investment Fund

By David Saxe / September 8, 2021

Calvera Partners, a national real estate investor and operator, is pleased to announce the closing of its latest multifamily value-add investment fund, The Calvera Multifamily Transformation Fund (“Fund 3”), with $31.6 million of equity commitments, surpassing its $30.0 million target.

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Calvera Targets $30 Million+ in Capital Commitments

By David Saxe / August 14, 2019

Calvera Targets $30 Million+ in Capital Commitments New Multifamily Transformation Fund Now Open to Accredited Investors August 14, 2019, San Francisco, CA — Calvera Partners, a leading Bay Area real estate investment firm, has launched its third discretionary private real estate fund, seeking more than $30 million in capital commitments from accredited investors. Open only…

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Calvera Partners Expands Value-Add Portfolio

By Evelyn Jozsa / May 24, 2019

Calvera Partners has purchased a 52-unit community in Alameda, Calif., for $16 million. This marks the company’s 12th and final acquisition for its current discretionary investment fund. The acquisition is part of Calvera Partners’ strategic investment plan to reposition vintage multifamily properties in the Bay Area. Moreover, a new fund, The Multifamily Transformation Fund, is…

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Will 2018 Be Another Good Year For Silicon Valley Multifamily?

By Julie Littman / January 3, 2018

Silicon Valley’s multifamily market will continue to benefit from strong job growth that is propping up demand for housing as we enter 2018. The ongoing supply/demand imbalance throughout the region will continue to drive both ground-up development and renovation in old properties. Silicon Valley is an ideal market for investment and redevelopment because the housing…

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Bay Area Real Estate Firm Buys Rent-Controlled Mountain View Apartment Building for $7M

By Jody Meacham / November 15, 2017

Calvera Partners has purchased a 20-unit rent-controlled apartment building in Mountain View for $7.255 million, part of its continuing strategy to “invest in, redevelop and manage apartment communities in select urban markets.” The purchase price works out to $362,750 per unit. Key to the purchase was that eight units — 40 percent — of Monroe…

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