Prudent Growth Partners, LLC  (2017)    1829 E. Franklin St, Suite 800-F, Chapel Hill, NC 27514  (919) 590-4119

By Lauren Ohnesorge  – Senior Staff Writer, Triangle Business Journal

Jun 28, 2019, 8:41am EDT

For a Chapel Hill firm with a long history of investing in North Carolina, bullish portfolio goals are shifting its interest elsewhere.

This year alone, Prudent Growth Partners...

Prudent Growth Partners has added another 155 units to its growing portfolio in Eastern North Carolina with its recent purchase of the Lauradale Apartments in Jacksonville, NC

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., June 20, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Prudent Growth Partners, LLC, a Chapel...

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., June 4, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Prudent Growth Partners, LLC, a Chapel Hill, NC based private equity real estate firm, has acquired the 19,500 square foot Rolesville Town Center Mall, located at 6310-6470 Rogers Road, Rolesville, NC.

The shopping c...

Prudent Growth Partners closed on the 76-unit Westchester Square Townhomes and the 60-unit Williamsburg Village Apartments in Danville, VA as part of a 1031 exchange acquisition.

May 9, 2018, 12:00am EDT

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., May 9, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Prudent Growth...

Great article in the Business Journal about how just one of these "mega-site" deals will help to unify the entire commercial real estate market in NC.  

As Charlotte creeps Northward it is closing in on the Southern Triad.  As RDU creeps Westward it is closing in on the...

Good coverage on our latest acquisition from the Triad Business Journal:

The 36-unit complex is located between Lake Jeanette and New Irving Park, at 3300 North Elm St.

Tom Hahn, president of Prudent, said his company was attracted to the property because of its locatio...

Obviously quite a bit happening now with the Brexit results and the ensuing drop in yields.  It is very difficult to see this as anything other than bullish for REITs and basically any sound, income producing commercial real estate.

This is an article that has been...

Bond yields continue to ease, and there is little on the horizon that seems to indicate a change in course.  This will be very supportive of all income producing investments, real estate especially.

From the article:

The rush into government bonds during 2016 shows no si...

Great piece on the REIT.com website on the attractiveness of REITs for investors seeking returns in the current market.

Their points are all valid :

As the global population ages, the investing world’s appreciation for dependable income streams to fund retirement continu...

Great article from Investors Business Daily on how REITs are bouncing back.  While we are not a REIT, Prudent Growth certainly shares many of their fundamentals, so this was an interesting read.

 

We were particularly interesed in the analysis of the impact of the upcomi...

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