Multifamily
Real Estate Investing

In Dayton

Midwest Asset Focus

Midwest Focus

BAM Capital prioritizes B++, A-, and A multifamily assets with in-place cash flow and proven upside potential. This mitigates risk and allows the fund to target consistent monthly cash flow.
Vertical Integration

Vertical Integration

BAM Capital provides unmatched expertise via vertical integration and transparency. BAM Capital handles all steps of the investment life-cycle, from purchasing to remodeling to management, yielding a higher return for investors.
Local Experts

Local Experts

BAM Capital leverages local expertise and long-standing relationships with sellers, brokers, and builders to allow for expert knowledge on assets being purchased.
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Indianapolis Multifamily Report

How It Works

Step 1

BAM Capital Finds Opportunities

From start to finish, BAM Capital handles the process of finding high-quality real estate opportunities and negotiates the purchasing and financing on your behalf.
Step 2

You Invest as a Limited Partner

BAM Capital's focus on B, B+, B++, and A multifamily assets with upside potential offers investors a low-risk opportunity with lucrative assets.
Step 3

BAM Capital Creates Forced Appreciation

The capital value of each asset is increased by reducing expenses and increasing rents. BAM's vertical integration model mitigates investor risk.
Step 4

You Receive Distributions

You reap the benefits of your cash flow-positive assets in addition to BAM's best-in-class operational oversight and management services.

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Acquisition Strategy

Slide Acquisition Strategy Funnel DEAL FLOW BAM targets locations with
high-quality school systems
and population + job growth between 2-4%
UNDERWRITING horizontal points line INITIAL REVIEW horizontal points line BAM finds properties where the current rent is $100-200 lower than local competition, which can be increased with a light value add horizontal points line horizontal points line BAM only purchases deals with in-place cashflow greater than 7% and high appreciation potential horizontal points line BAM leverages deep, local relationships with brokers, sellers, and builders to acquire under market value OFFER ACQUISITION BAM looks for assets built within
the past 20 years that come with updated floor plans and amenities allowing for lower maintenance costs

What Our Investors Have to Say

Mr. Wang
Mr. Wang Private Equity Consultant

I have many years experience as a financial Executive in Private Equity owned companies and am very impressed with the sharp, diligent, and methodical manner in which Ivan and his team run their businesses and work with their limited partners. I have invested in several projects and have been very satisfied with the results thus far.

Mrs. Barros
Mrs. Barros Real Estate

My husband and I were looking for a profitable passive investment that would allow us peace of mind. We were impressed with BAM’s low-risk business model and the professionalism of their team. We chose to invest in the BAM Fund as a way to diversify our investment over multiple assets and have been pleased with the returns and timely reporting.

Dr. Harb
Dr. Harb Chiropractor

I have had the pleasure to work with BAM Capital on multiple occasions and capacities and couldn’t be happier! Exceptional customer service, supportive staff, and most importantly, the management team is there for you. I can't speak highly enough of BAM, the staff, and their care for their partners

Mohsen M.
Mohsen M. Telecommunications

I have been very happy with Ivan and his team of professionals. I have experience with five other real estate companies in a similar investor role. In this type of limited partner relationship, timely reporting and transparency are key to instill confidence. BAM has met or exceeded my expectations. I plan to continue to invest with this team for the foreseeable future.

Valerie & Jenni
Valerie & Jenni Real Estate

Sometimes investing seems cold and impersonal. However, for us, investing with BAM feels like a warm, high-touch, professional experience. Their team is dedicated to financial success for all, and we appreciate the attention to detail, and care for their community.


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    Investing In Multifamily Syndication in Dayton

    Dayton

    Dayton is a city in western Ohio. It’s home to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, with a vast collection of aircraft from early 1900s planes to a space shuttle exhibit. Carillon Historical Park contains a Wright Brothers plane, 19th-century buildings and antique trains. The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery has kids’ science exhibits and a small zoo. International fine art is on view at the Dayton Art Institute.

    History

    Dayton was founded on April 1, 1796, by 12 settlers known as the Thompson Party. They traveled in March from Cincinnati up the Great Miami River by pirogue and landed at what is now St. Clair Street, where they found two small camps of Native Americans. Among the Thompson Party was Benjamin Van Cleve, whose memoirs provide insights into the Ohio Valley’s history. Two other groups traveling overland arrived several days later.

    In 1797, Daniel C. Cooper laid out Mad River Road, the first overland connection between Cincinnati and Dayton, opening the “Mad River Country” to settlement. Ohio was admitted into the Union in 1803, and the village of Dayton was incorporated in 1805 and chartered as a city in 1841. The city was named after Jonathan Dayton, a captain in the American Revolutionary War who signed the U.S. Constitution and owned a significant amount of land in the area.[26] In 1827, construction on the Dayton–Cincinnati canal began, which would provide a better way to transport goods from Dayton to Cincinnati and contribute significantly to Dayton’s economic growth during the 1800s.

    Population

    Dayton is a city located in Greene County and Montgomery County Ohio. It is also the county seat of Montgomery County. With a 2020 population of 140,343, it is the 6th largest city in Ohio and the 198th largest city in the United States . Dayton is currently declining at a rate of -0.02% annually and its population has decreased by -0.84% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 141,527 in 2010. Dayton reached it’s highest population of 262,332 in 1960. Spanning over 57 miles, Dayton has a population density of 2,533 people per square mile.

    The average household income in Dayton is $46,430 with a poverty rate of 30.57%. The median rental costs in recent years comes to $706 per month, and the median house value is $66,800. The median age in Dayton is 33 years, 31.6 years for males, and 34.4 years for females.

    Income

    The average salary in Dayton, OH is $66k. Trends in wages increased by 1.5 percent in Q3 2021. The cost of living in Dayton, OH is 9 percent higher than the national average. The most popular occupations in Dayton, OH are Software Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, and Electrical Engineer which pay between $40k and $113k per year. The most popular employers in Dayton, OH are U.S. Air Force (USAF), Kettering Hospital, and Reynolds & Reynolds Co.

    Climate

    Dayton, Ohio gets 40 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year.

    Dayton averages 17 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.

    On average, there are 176 sunny days per year in Dayton. The US average is 205 sunny days.

    Dayton gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 129 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least .01 inches on the ground to measure.

    Economy

    Dayton has an unemployment rate of 6.8%. The US average is 6.0%.

    Dayton has seen the job market increase by 0.7% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 27.6%, which is lower than the US average of 33.5%.

    Tax Rates for Dayton

    – The Sales Tax Rate for Dayton is 7.3%. The US average is 7.3%.

    – The Income Tax Rate for Dayton is 5.7%. The US average is 4.6%.

    – Tax Rates can have a big impact when Comparing Cost of Living.

    Income and Salaries for Dayton

    – The average income of a Dayton resident is $16,673 a year. The US average is $28,555 a year.

    – The Median household income of a Dayton resident is $28,174 a year. The US average is $53,482 a year.

    Notable People or Businesses

    25 top employers

    1. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, 27,400 employees

    2. Premier Health Partners, 14,135 employees

    3. Kettering Health Network, 5,029 employees

    4. Montgomery County, 4,559 employees

    5. The Kroger Company, 4,100 employees

    6. LexisNexis, 3,100 employees

    7. Sinclair Community College, 2,726 employees

    8. Dayton Public Schools, 2,574 employees

    9. Wright State University, 2,948 employees

    10. AK Steel Corporation, 2,400 employees

    11. Honda of America Manufacturing, 2,400 employees

    12. Community Mercy Health Partners, 2,297 employees

    13. University of Dayton, 2,191 employees

    14. VA Medical Center, 1,914 employees

    15. City of Dayton, 1,913 employees

    16. Emerson Climate Technologies, 1,533 employees

    17. Meijer, Inc., 1,367 employees

    18. Children’s Medical Center of Dayton, 1,335 employees

    19. Cox Media Group Ohio, 1,100 employees

    20. Speedway, LLC, 1,032 employees

    21. Behr Dayton Thermal Products, 1,022 employees

    22. AT&T Ohio, 1,000 employees

    23. DPL Inc., 930 employees

    24. CareSource, 894 employees

    25. Fifth Third Bank, 875 employees

    About BAM Multifamily Growth & Income Fund II

    BAM Capital created this fund in order to yield consistent and reliable cash flow, long-term appreciation, and accelerated tax benefits. The fund aligns with BAM Capital’s demonstrated track record of successful multifamily investing by continuing to implement our signature investment thesis, now in fund format. The fund aims for greater overall returns and lower risk through a multi-asset diversification strategy.

    • Consistent passive income
      Lower-risk assets with in-place cash flows with the ability to distribute preferred return after acquisition.
    • Significant tax benefits
      A cost segregation analysis allows for accelerated deprecation to years of ownership. This large passive loss gets passed onto investors through a K1.
    • Vertically integrated company
      In-house property management and construction allow for predictable cost reduction and value add.

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