TVO Capital Management is the investment arm of TVO Groupe which develops and acquires income producing real estate assets primarily in the multifamily property sector in the US and in the office, retail and mixed-use property sectors in Europe as well as multifamily rental properties in the United Kingdom and Europe where applicable via the investment partnerships it forms to the own property assets. As a vertically-integrated organization, TVO’s respective property service entities will provide the property-related management an investment services to each asset. In the US, TVO has historically focused on developing high quality property assets as well as acquiring core-plus and value-add multifamily properties throughout its approximate 30 year history and intends to continue that investment strategy. Across specific geographic areas in Europe and the United Kingdom, TVO typically focuses on acquiring core-plus and value-add assets in the aforementioned property sectors unless it develops a specific property. Following acquisition, TVO Capital focuses upon providing highly focused asset management in order to maximize operating performance and investment returns to its partners, investors and clients.
TVO’s current U.S. investment and operating strategy is quite simple: to develop high quality property assets and acquire investment quality, core-plus and value-add, well-occupied multifamily property assets in extremely well-located, major urban and/or major MSA’s primarily across the “smile” region of the US which more specifically translates the investment area from Greater Washington, DC down the east coast to Florida and across the Sunbelt/Southern portion of the US to San Diego and up the west coast to Seattle plus the Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago metros and perhaps the Nashville, St. Louis, Kansas City and Salt Lake City markets provided such markets continue to demonstrate both growth and financial stability. In Europe, the strategy is similar for all property types located in primary urban markets in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic and potentially other CEE markets when as they demonstrate financial stability and growth opportunities. The focus in the United Kingdom is the new development of multifamily rental properties from ground construction or the conversion of other property-types to multifamily rental properties.