Metairie market rents are over 26% higher than the current rents at the Metairie subject property. Houston market rents are over 13% higher than rents at the Houston subject property. No new product is underway or permitted for the next two years in either submarket.
The assets are both Class A properties from an in-demand asset class located in affluent suburbs with strong demand for self-storage.
Both assets are cash-flow positive from day one over the 3.3% fixed interest-only loan. The properties are already purchased, allowing investors immediate opportunity to participate in cash flow.
Prescott Group and Hickory Capital Group
Prescott Group is in Dallas, TX and was founded in 1996 by Judson (“Jud”) Pankey and Vance Detwiler. Both founding partners are still currently active executives at the firm. Prescott has three (3) separate but cohesive verticals of the business; Prescott Realty Group, the internal operations and management of our real estate; Prescott Advisors an SEC-registered entity and co-mingled fund manager with a current AUM of $152MM and Dyck O’Neal the in-house debt restructuring and servicing platform. The firm currently has 90+ employees and managed or owned over $685MM in real estate since inception. Prescott has leased over 25MM in commercial square feet. The firm currently focuses its investment efforts through their co-mingled fund mandates. Prescott Strategies Fund II has a debt/equity focus and is asset type agnostic in an effort to create a risk-adjusted portfolio.
Hickory Capital Group
Hickory Capital Group, LLC (“HCG”) is a private real estate investment and property management company focused on the development and acquisition of self-storage properties. The firm currently has a portfolio of assets with a stabilized market value of approximately $130 million spread across the Southeast, Southwest, and Midwest. Founded in 2014, HCG has offices in Cincinnati, Ohio; Nashville, Tennessee; and New Orleans, Louisiana.
Judson "Jud" Pankey founded Prescott Group in 1996. As the chief executive officer, he is responsible for directing operating growth strategy, acquisitions and assisting with client and investor relations. Jud is also the CEO of the firm's debt company, Dyck O’Neal, and is a voting member of Prescott Advisors' investment committee.
Prior to Prescott, Jud was an executive vice president at SCI-ROEV Real Estate and responsible for the asset management of a $120 million investment portfolio comprising 1.8 million square feet plus several undeveloped sites in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston which was acquired in 1991 from Bank of America predecessor NationsBank.
Prior to SCI, Jud was a fiduciary manager and the youngest Vice President for a bank holding company with asset management duties for two co-mingled funds and separate accounts. He was also instrumental in the creation/ participation of several special public and private ventures such as the Uptown Dallas, Inc (UDI), Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Tax Increment Finance (TIF) District, City Center TIF District, Thanks-Giving Square Foundation, and University Crossing Public Improvement District.
Jud earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in both business and economics from Vanderbilt University. Jud has completed professional education courses at London Business School and Harvard Graduate School of Design. Additionally, he is a recipient of the Corning World Trade Council Fellowship and a finalist for the Eisenhower Fellowship.
Vance is a co-founder and the current President of Prescott Group. Vance is a principal in Prescott Advisors, Prescott Realty Group, and Dyck- O’Neal. As the President, Vance leads strategic strategy and oversight of operating efforts across the firm. He is responsible for the tactical direction of asset management, property management, investor relations, and capital raising. Vance is a voting member of the Prescott Advisors investment committee.
Prior to Prescott, Vance spent several years working at Sarofim Realty Advisors. His primary responsibility was identifying and purchasing assets on behalf of the firm’s pension fund clients. During his tenure, Sarofim purchased over three million square feet with a capitalization of more than $500 million. Before Sarofim, Vance worked for LaSalle Partners (now Jones Lang LaSalle).
Vance earned a Bachelor of Arts (concentration in finance and real estate) at the University of Texas at Austin.
Mr. Ellsworth is an accomplished commercial real estate professional with over 20 years of extensive experience in the valuation, acquisition, sales, leasing, and analysis of real estate investments across self-storage, multi-family, office, retail, and industrial property types. Throughout his career, he has sourced, underwritten, and closed over $1 Billion in assets across a variety of different markets including the Southeast, Mideast, Mid-Atlantic, and Texas. Mr. Ellsworth received a Master of Business Administration degree (M.B.A.) from Vanderbilt University and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree from Lafayette College.
Prescott Track Record
|Property||Asset Type||City, State||Acq Date||Sale Date||Total Capitalization|
|7515 Greenville Ave||Office||Dallas, TX||Jan-97||Mar-03|
|6300 Ridgelea Blvd||Office||Ft. Worth, TX||Jan-97||Feb-03|
|Franklin Motor Bank||Office||Ft. Worth, TX||Jan-97||Feb-99|
|Two Mission||Office||Ft. Worth, TX||Mar-97||Aug-97|
|Oaklawn Residential||For-Rent Residential||Dallas, TX||Mar-97||Aug-98|
|Walnut Glen Tower||Office||Dallas, TX||Aug-06||Aug-16|
|Church Road (3)||Land||Dallas, TX||Nov-06||Apr-13|
|Manhattan I-III (3)||For-Rent Residential||Dallas, TX||Aug-07||Oct-07|
|Summit Office Park||Office||Ft. Worth, TX||Oct-07||Jul-14|
|Crestwood Apartments||For-Rent Residential||Dallas, TX||Nov-07||Dec-12|
|6060/6080 North Central Exwy||Office||Dallas, TX||Jun-10||Jun-15|
|BLVD Apartments||For-Rent Residential||Dallas, TX||Dec-10||Apr-16|
|Johnson Square||Office||Dallas, TX||Aug-12||Sep-12|
|110 West 7th (4)||Office||Tulsa, OK||Dec-12||Aug-15|
|Houston Tech Center (5 and 6)||Office||Houston, TX||Dec-12||May-18|
|Harbour Pointe (5)||Office||Seattle, WA||Dec-12||May-18|
|Northrock Apartments||For-Rent Residential||Dallas, TX||Jan-13||Jan-17|
|Greensheet Building||Commercial Debt||Houston, TX||Dec-16||Aug-17|
|Republic Tower/Turtle Creek Blvd||Mixed-use Development||Dallas, TX||Jan-15||N/A|
|Stoneleigh TIF||TIF Receivable/Historic Hotel||Dallas, TX||Jul-17||N/A|
|3100 Monticello Avenue||Office||Dallas, TX||Aug-17||N/A|
|Cle Elum||Commercial Debt||Cle Elum, WA||Sep-17||Jun-19|
|County Line||Office||Columbus, OH||Jul-19||Dec-20|
|San Marco East Plaza||Office||Jacksonville, FL||Jan-19||N/A|
|5959 Corporate Drive||Office||Houston, TX||May-18||N/A|
|Knoll Trail||Office||Dallas, TX||Jun-19||N/A|
|Commercial Debt||Commercial Debt||Various||Apr-19||N/A|
|SFR Debt||SFR Debt||Various||Jan-20||N/A|
|CB-15 (2)||CMBS Trust Bonds||Various||Dec-20||N/A|
|Hickory Self-Storage Portfolio||Self-Storage||Various||Jun-21||N/A|
Hickory Capital Group Track Record
|Property||City, State||Asset Type||Acq Date||Units||SF||Sale Date||Total Capitalization|
|Overland Park||Overland Park, KS||SS||May 2019||612||71,160||August 2021|
|Midrivers Mall||St. Louis, MO||SS||April 2018||674||69,358||November 2021|
|Eastgate Mall||Cincinnati, OH||SS||December 2017||623||67,679||November 2021|
|New Market Center||Columbus, OH||SS||December 2020||732||113,075||December 2021|
|Hamilton Place Mall||Chatanooga, TN||SS||September 2019||612||69,573||November 2021|
|Parkdale Mall||Beaumont, YX||SS||May 2019||652||72,694||November 2021|
|Seventh Street||Cincinnati, OH||SS||September 2017||312||24,626|
|Montgomery Crossing||Cincinnati, OH||SS||June 2018||580||75,666|
|Thibodaux||Thibodaux, LA||SS||June 2021||186||41,740|
|Junction City||Junction City, KS||SS||June 2021||522||105,410|
|Reading Road||Cincinnati, OH||SS||September 2017||285||22,858|
(1) The above biography and track record were provided by the Sponsor and have not been independently verified by RM Technologies, LLC or its affiliates. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Please carefully review the Disclaimers section below.
These two self-storage properties are newly built; the Sponsor bought them from the original developer before the assets are fully stabilized. The Sponsor has closed on the acquisition of the Properties and the loan with Trustmark Bank. The plan is to stabilize the Properties and operate them for full value over several years. This is a great opportunity to participate in two Class A self-storage facilities as most of these are held by REITs and access for individual investors to participate at the project level is limited.
The management of both facilities will be overseen by Hickory. Hickory has experience managing assets in both Texas and Louisiana. Prescott invested with Hickory in two assets in 2021, one in Thibodaux, Louisiana, and the other in Junction City, Kansas. The Properties are already outperforming underwriting. Hickory is a strong operator that looks for operational efficiencies and cost reductions. One of the largest fees that will be removed is marketing Click Fees, which range between $100 to $150 per renter. This fee is applied when a renter finds a unit on the internet. For instance, if ownership gains a total of 40 renters in a month that were generated online, the Click Fee would total $4,000 to $6,000 for that month.
The Sponsor plans to increase economic occupancy through marking rents to market, retail and insurance policy sales, implementing search engine optimization, and using a revenue management system at both properties to monitor rental rates in respective markets and price units in real-time at the most competitive rates. The Sponsor will also market and lease the 3,500 SF of retail space in the Metairie asset at competitive rates ranging from $18.00 to $20.00 per SF NNN. Leasing brokers have already been hired.
The portfolio is comprised of a total of 1,869 units of which 819 (77,969 SF) are in Houston, TX and 1,050 (97,000 SF) in Metairie, LA. All units in both Properties are climate-controlled. Both facilities are among the largest, best quality, and most visible within their respective submarkets. In the Metairie asset, there is also 3,500 SF of rentable retail space that is planned to be leased within two years. The main thesis in the business plan is to mark rents to market as both properties are currently rented at rates materially below market.
|Property||Units||Total SF||Current Eff. Rent PSF||Proforma Rent (Year Four)|
TX Lease Comparables
LA Lease Comparables
TX Market Overview
The Houston facility is roughly eight miles west of Downtown Houston on the north side of the affluent Spring Valley neighborhood. The facility fronts on Bingle Road, a 4-lane north/south primary artery. It is in Harris County, which is part of the nine-county Houston MSA and is the 3rd most populous county in the US. The 3-mile radius from the property echoes this density with a population of 140,628 individuals, while the population within the 5-mile radius is 400,482 individuals. The current saturation within a 3-mile radius is calculated to be 9.4 SF of self-storage space per capita -- being below 10 SF is a clear advantage -- supported by no new self-storage in the development pipeline in this market. Neighborhoods serviced by this facility include Spring Valley, Spring Branch East, Hunters Creek Village, Bunker Hill Village, and Piney Point Village. These neighborhoods are among Houston’s most affluent.
TX Submarket Overview
In Houston, the competitive local submarket has approximately 12,167 self-storage units (over 1,370,000 SF) in a 3-mile radius including the Property. The subject Property is one of the newer, if not the newest, property in the submarket, and as it is 100% climate-controlled it has an advantage over several competitors. It should be one of the market leaders in rate and occupancy when fully stabilized (both physically and economically). Additionally, the unit mix offered at the property is optimal for the needs of self-storage users in the area. In the Property’s submarket, 78% of the total square footage is over 18 years old, therefore, being a new facility, the subject Property is strongly favored by local self-storage users. It offers its tenants superior amenities including a covered unloading area with an access-controlled entrance, spacious management office, 21 24-hour video surveillance cameras, two access-controlled freight elevators, full building intercom system, ambient music, and security lighting throughout.
LA Market Overview
The facility in Metairie is just eight miles northwest of New Orleans. It is an institutional-quality asset that has prominent visibility and ease of access along North Causeway Boulevard, a major 5-lane thoroughfare that connects New Orleans to Mandeville. In fact, this self-storage facility benefits from direct exposure to over 80,000 vehicles per day. Metairie is a densely populated area that was recently ranked the 5th largest Census Designated Place (CDP) in the US. The 3-mile radius from the property has a population density of 118,461 individuals, while the population within the 5-mile radius is about 268,790 individuals. According to Yardi Matrix, the current saturation within a 3-mile radius is estimated at only 7.3 SF of self-storage space per capita, with 57% of the total square footage being over 15 years old. Communities serviced by the facility include Bucktown, West End, Bonnabel Place, as well as a variety of other affluent and upper-middle-class Metairie neighborhoods. Market demand is expected to continue to be strong due to the lack of basements and garages in residential properties in the New Orleans area, which would otherwise serve as storage space.
LA Submarket Overview
The Metairie Property is across the street from the Lakeside Shopping Center; a well-occupied and well-performing mall owned by New York-based Feil Group and anchored by JC Penny, Macy’s, and Dillard’s. The competitive local submarket has approximately 5,700 self-storage units (~622,000 SF) within the 2-mile radius including the Property. The subject property is one of the newer, if not the newest, property in the submarket, and as it is 100% climate-controlled it has an advantage over several competitors. Due to the amenities and location of the property, it should be one of the market leaders in rate and occupancy when fully stabilized. Additionally, the unit mix offered at the property is optimal for the needs of self-storage users in the area. There is no new self-storage in the development pipeline in this submarket and the submarket’s occupancy is 90%.
|Sources of Funds||$ Amount||$/Unit||$/SF|
|Prescott Group Equity||$3,499,410||$1,872||$20|
|Hickory Capital Group Equity||$874,853||$468||$5|
|Total Sources of Funds||$39,874,263||$21,335||$228|
|Uses of Funds(3)||$ Amount||$/Unit||$/SF|
|Loan Origination & App. Fees||$220,000||$118||$1|
|HCG Transaction Fee||$377,200||$202||$2|
|RealtyMogul Fees & Costs(1)||$500,000||$268||$3|
|Title Insurance & Recording Fees||$178,996||$96||$1|
|Credit Line Interest Carry||$150,000||$80||$1|
|Other Closing Costs||$93,012||$50||$1|
|Total Uses of Funds||$39,874,263||$21,335||$228|
(1) The Sponsor’s equity contribution may consist of friends and family equity and equity from funds controlled by the Sponsor.
(2)(3) Please see PPM and LPA for more details. A guaranteed payment totaling $11MM was used originally to facilitate the acquisition of the property, which guaranteed payment will be paid down with the subject offering.
The terms of the debt financing are as follows:
- Lender: Trustmark Bank
- Term: 3 Years
- Loan-to-Cost: 60.2%
- Estimated Proceeds: $24,000,000
- Interest Type: Fixed
- Annual Interest Rate: 3.30%
- Interest-Only Period: 3 Years
- Amortization: 25 Years
- Prepayment Terms: The loan can be prepaid at any time without penalty
- Extension Options(2): 1 two-year extension option, no fee.
- Extension Requirements: 1.3 DSCR, no event of default, written notice within 30 to 120 days prior to maturity date
(1) A substantial portion of the total acquisition for the Property will be paid with borrowed funds, i.e., debt. Please carefully review the Disclaimers section below for additional information concerning the Sponsors use of debt.
(2) At the option of the Borrower, the interest rate for the extension above can be (1) fixed at the then current "two year swap rate" plus 2.05% (the "Swap Rate") or (2) a floating rate equal to the Swap Rate.
Prescott Group and Hickory Capital Group intend to make distributions as follows:
- To the Investors, pari passu, all operating cash flows to an 8.0% IRR;
- 80% / 20% (80% to Investors / 20% to Promote/Carried Interest) of excess cash flow to a 14.0% IRR;
- 60% / 40% (60% to Investors / 40% to Promote/Carried Interest) of excess cash flow thereafter.
Prescott Group and Hickory Capital Group intend to make distributions to investors after the payment of the company's liabilities (loan payments, operating expenses, and other fees as more specifically set forth in the LLC agreements, in addition to any member loans or returns due on member loan).
Distributions are expected to start in September 2022 and are projected to continue on a quarterly basis thereafter. Distributions are at the discretion of Prescott Group and Hickory Capital Group, who may decide to delay distributions for any reason, including maintenance or capital reserves.
|Cash Flow Summary|
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|Effective Gross Revenue||$3,293,669||$3,783,769||$3,955,758||$4,073,540|
|Total Operating Expenses||$1,299,683||$1,365,383||$1,414,597||$1,464,856|
|Net Operating Income||$1,993,985||$2,418,387||$2,541,161||$2,608,684|
|Project-Level Cash Flows|
|Year 0||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4 (1)|
|Net Cash Flow||($15,874,263)||$1,337,151||$1,630,511||$1,465,565||$26,942,867|
|Investor-Level Cash Flows (2)|
|Year 0||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4 (1)|
|Net Cash Flow||($11,500,000)||$840,912||$1,053,435||$933,940||$16,886,888|
|Investor-Level Cash Flows - Hypothetical $50,000 Investment (2)|
|Year 0||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4 (1)|
|Net Cash Flow||($50,000)||$3,656||$4,580||$4,061||$73,421|
(1) stub year of seven months
(2) RM Technologies, LLC and its affiliates do not provide any assurance of returns. Returns presented are net of all fees. Please carefully review the Fees and Disclaimers sections below for additional information concerning Sponsor’s use or projected returns and fees paid to Sponsor and RM Technologies, LLC.
Certain fees and compensation will be paid over the life of the transaction; please refer to the Sponsors' materials for details. The following fees and compensation will be paid:
|Type of Fee||Amount of Fee||Received By||Paid From|
|Acquisition Fee||1.0% of Purchase Price||Hickory Capital Group||Capitalization|
|Technology Solution Licensing Fee(2)||Flat one-time licensing fees of $15,000 plus $1,500 per each prospective investor onboarded by Sponsor through its license and use of RM Technologies’ Technology Solution||RM Technologies, LLC||Capitalization|
|Type of Fee||Amount of Fee||Received By||Paid From|
|Asset Management Fee||1.5% of EGI||Prescott Group||Cash Flow|
|Property Management Fee||5.0% of EGI||Hickory Capital Group||Cash Flow|
|Administrative Solution Fee||flat quarterly fee of $125 per investor serviced through the Administration Solution||RM Technologies, LLC||Cash Flow|
(1) Fees may be deferred to reduce impact to investor distributions.
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Risk of Investment
This real estate investment is speculative and involves substantial risk. There can be no assurances that all or any of the assumptions will be true or that actual performance will bear any relation to the hypothetical illustrations herein, and no guarantee or representation is made that investment objectives of the Sponsor will be achieved. In the event that actual performance is below the Sponsor’s Targets, your investment could be materially and adversely affected, and there can be no assurance that investors will not suffer significant losses. A loss of part or all of the principal value of your investment may occur. You should not invest unless you can readily bear the consequences of such loss. Please see the Sponsor’s Investment Documents for additional information, including the Sponsor’s discussion concerning risk factors.
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Sponsor’s use of Debt
A substantial portion of the total acquisition for the Property will be paid with borrowed funds, i.e., debt. There can be no assurance that the Sponsor will secure debt on the rates and terms noted above, or at all. All of the Sponsor’s estimated rates and terms of the debt financing are subject to lender approval, including but not limited to the annual interest rate and possible increases in capital reserve requirements for funds to be held in a lender-controlled capital reserve account. The use of borrowed money to acquire real estate is referred to as leveraging. Leveraging increases the risk of loss. If the Sponsor were unable to pay the payments on the borrowed funds (called a "default"), the lender might foreclose, and the Sponsor could lose its investment in its property.
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