Chris Czarnecki

  • Broadtree Homes Expands Atlanta-Area Portfolio with Acquisition from The Dominion Group

    Private real estate investment entity Broadtree Homes has added to its single family portfolio in Atlanta with the recent acquisition of a slew of homes in the market. The entity managed by Broadstone Real Estate LLC closed on the purchase of 24 single family rental homes from The Dominion Group, for a fee of around $2 million. The deal was completed on the 22nd of December, making it one of the final moves for Q4 to be closed by the company, with a deal currently in the works for another home to be added before the end of 2014. According to the announcement, Broadtree is currently looking to further its investment portfolio in the Atlanta area, as well as the United States.

    Atlanta 30 December 2014 17:41

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