KeyCity Capital Announces the Launch of a New Investment Fund

KeyCity Capital, a privately held property investment firm, has recently launched their latest investment fund, The fund’s mission is to provide our partners with a safe capital preservation investment, strong returns, and wealth accumulation by identifying, acquiring, rehabbing and managing the value-adds of income-producing properties in great locations.

April 16, 2019 —

KeyCity Capital, a privately held property investment firm, has recently launched their latest investment fund, The fund’s mission is to provide our partners with a safe capital preservation investment, strong returns, and wealth accumulation by identifying, acquiring, rehabbing and managing the value-adds of income-producing properties in great locations.

The firm seeks to achieve high returns while minimizing risk – through investing in multi-family and single family residences. These investments are designed to preserve and grow capital, generate investor cash-flow and build a lasting legacy. With a focus on positive economic impact and long-term value, all investment assets are carefully vetted to meet the stringent criteria’s that ensure a safe and reliable form of investment for its partners.

According to Tie Lasater, Managing Director at KeyCity Capital, “Our philosophy of focused efforts in the property market has resulted in the kind of results that are hard to replicate, especially for large funds with huge barriers of entry.”

​Named the Fastest Growing Real Estate Firm in Dallas 2018, KeyCity Capital is considered to be the leading authority in value-add multi-family properties with Tie Lasater being featured at the Mega Business Conference held in South Africa as an expert in real estate.

He continues, “There has never been a better time than now to be involved in real estate. Especially value-add multifamily property. Our population is growing at the fastest it ever has. And furthermore, there is a growing population of retirement age people who have found that the failing social security system will not support their cost of living. We have a younger generation coming out of college with increasing amounts of debt and a retirement age population with less than the necessary amount of income to cover the cost of living they are used to. Both of these demographics of the population are finding fewer options for living. We have been able to solve this problem with our product while providing industry-leading returns to our investors. Partner with us at KeyCity Capital, we provide you with passive cash flow and long-term wealth accumulation to build your legacy.”

To learn more about KeyCity Capital and to explore any investment opportunities, visit their website at https://www.keycitycapital.com/invest.

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