Tzadik Properties, LLC Purchased Woodlake Apartments in Sioux Falls

Tzadik Properties, LLC Purchased Woodlake Apartments in Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, S.D. — Dec. 14, 2020 — Tzadik Properties, LLC, an industry-leading, multifamily property management company and one of the largest owner-operators in South Dakota, purchased the Woodlake Apartments in Sioux Falls, closing on Oct. 30 for an undisclosed sum. The property is located at 4008 South Louise Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57106. The agent was Michael Haeder of Haeder & Associates of Rapid City, through an off-market listing in collaboration with Tzadik Executive Vice President and Head of Acquisitions Michael Davalos.

Tzadik plans to enhance Woodlake Apartments through approximately $1.5 million in capital expenditures.

Including 156 units on 7.62 acres, Woodlake Apartments is a workforce housing community in a prime location near The Empire Mall, dining and shopping. Woodlake Apartments offers 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units, with an average of 725 square feet per unit and average in-place rents of $725 per unit, per month.

The purchase, financed by Merchants Bank, is the fourth group of transactions that Tzadik has performed with Lloyd Property Management, a real estate investment, development, and management firm that specializes in multifamily and senior housing.

“The purchase of Woodlake Apartments is a great opportunity to continue expanding the Tzadik Properties, LLC portfolio,” said Tzadik Properties, LLC Chief Executive Officer Adam Marcus Hendry. “In Q4 2020, we are adding several communities ― including properties in Houston, Omaha, and Rapid City ― in addition to this property in Sioux Falls.”

Since its formation in 2007, Tzadik has managed more than $1 billion in apartment complexes, over 15 million square feet of commercial real estate, and more than 19,000 units in over 20 states. In 2020, Tzadik acquired JM Real Estate, Inc., a full-service, commercial property management, leasing, sales and investment acquisition company that is located in Brevard County, Florida.

About Tzadik Properties, LLC
Tzadik Properties, LLC is a growing, innovative and driven real estate and property management company based in Miami, Florida. Since its formation in 2007, Tzadik has managed more than $1 billion in apartment complexes, over 15 million square feet of commercial real estate, and more than 19,000 units in over 20 states. Through excellent management, a focus on company culture, and a tech-driven style of operating, Tzadik has established a reputation for “Building Lasting Relationships.” In 2020, Tzadik acquired JM Real Estate, Inc., a full-service, commercial property management, leasing, sales and investment acquisition company that is located in Brevard County, Florida, and serves from Titusville to Palm Bay. For more information about Tzadik, visit https://tz-m.com or call (305) 770-6383.

Tzadik Properties, LLC Founder & CEO Adam Hendry and Executive Vice President Michael Davalos Win 2020 GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum Awards

Tzadik Properties, LLC Founder & CEO Adam Hendry and Executive Vice President Michael Davalos Win 2020 GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum Awards

Miami, Fla. — Oct. 7, 2020 — Tzadik Properties, LLC is pleased to announce that Founder & CEO Adam Hendry and Executive Vice President Michael Davalos are among honorees of the 2020 GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum Awards. Hendry is being honored in GlobeSt.’s Influencers in Multifamily Real Estate series, and Davalos is being honored in its Fifty Under 40 2020 series.

GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum magazine is a publication for the nation’s leading decision-makers in all segments of the commercial property industry. With the awards, GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum distinguishes and honors young professionals who are making strides in the commercial real estate industry and creating lasting impacts on the field. GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum highlights the honorees as a major component of its annual Career Issue, distributed in early October 2020. All winners will additionally gain recognition online at GlobeSt.com and via its email newsletters.

Hendry, a 2020 Multifamily Influencer honoree, was chosen as an accomplished leader within the industry. As an accomplished entrepreneur and executive, Hendry believes in building performance-focused organizations through the development of people, processes and culture. He has more than 18 years of progressive management experience in the real estate and property-management industry, with significant emphasis on strategic planning and the establishment and management of long-term strategic partnerships. His market knowledge, financial acumen and experience in opportunity analysis have been critical to his success in foreseeing potential market opportunities and proactively building and positioning a highly motivated and flexible organization to take advantage.

Davalos, a 2020 Fifty Under 40 winner, was chosen as a top young professional within the industry. The designation honors talented professionals under the age of 40 who have solid track records of noteworthy transaction volume and significant contributions to their company’s overall success. In his role as executive vice president at Tzadik Properties, he is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the business development team. Davalos actively sources deals across the country, raising equity, as well as sourcing debt, with a current concentration in Texas, the Midwest, the Southeast and the MidAtlantic. He has been involved with real estate transactions and finance since 2001, actively building a foundation that uniquely qualifies him to match evolving markets with current demands on the economy.

“It is a great honor to be named an Influencer in Multifamily Real Estate,” said Hendry. “Since I founded Tzadik in 2007, I have continued to develop new strategies, enter new markets, and devise new concepts. I’m proud of what we have accomplished, and where we are going as a company.”

“I’m excited to have been named a Fifty Under 40 winner,” said Davalos. “Since joining Tzadik in 2016, I have successfully led projects for the company involving hundreds of millions of dollars. In the long term, I hope to position Tzadik as among the top five multifamily property owners in the U.S. I look forward to the future.”

About Tzadik Properties, LLC
Tzadik Properties, LLC is a growing, innovative and driven real estate and property management company based in Miami, Florida. Since its formation in 2007, Tzadik has managed more than $1 billion in apartment complexes, over 15 million square feet of commercial real estate, and more than 19,000 units in over 20 states. Through excellent management, a focus on company culture, and a tech-driven style of operating, Tzadik has established a reputation for “Building Lasting Relationships.” In 2020, Tzadik acquired JM Real Estate, Inc., a full-service, commercial property management, leasing, sales and investment acquisition company that is located in Brevard County, Florida, and serves from Titusville to Palm Bay. For more information about Tzadik, visit https://tz-m.com or call (305) 770-6383.

Multi-family Property Management Company, Tzadik Properties, LLC, Reaffirms Commitment to its Residents and Upholding Quality Standards of Living in its Communities

Multi-family Property Management Company, Tzadik Properties, LLC, Reaffirms Commitment to its Residents and Upholding Quality Standards of Living in its Communities

TAMPA, FL – (September 14, 2020) – Tzadik Properties, LLC an industry-leading, multi-family property management company based in Miami-Dade County, Florida and in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was recently the subject of a Tampa Bay Times article published in regards to its properties in and around the Tampa Bay area.

Of the referenced properties, only Timberfalls is owned by Tzadik; the remainder are third-party managed. As such, Tzadik is subject to constraints contained within the owners’ capital expenditures budgets in undertaking repairs and maintenance but has made improvements to the full extent possible at both Timberfalls and the third-party managed properties.

Since acquiring Timberfalls, Tzadik Properties, LLC has spent $1,511,492 in capital expenditures, which go above normal repairs and maintenance; and of that, $65,094 has been spent during the COVID-19 pandemic. The damages noted in the article are in the process of being repaired. In fact, contracts have been signed for $626,000 worth of repairs and should be commencing shortly, based on third-party contractors.

“Tzadik Properties, LLC continues to seek out and work with a range of agencies and organizations for even quicker repairs and to be able to offer even more rent concessions to its tenants during these challenging times,” said Adam Hendry, founder and CEO of Tzadik Properties. “As a company, we strive to do the right thing – for our residents, for our staff and for the communities in which we serve.”

Related to work orders and maintenance requests, from March 1, 2020 to July 31, 2020, Tzadik had 836 work orders submitted and completed at its Florida properties. During the previous 5-month span of October 1, 2019 to February 28, 2020, Tzadik only had 228 work orders submitted and completed. This presents an increase of 366% in work orders that were completed during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Since taking over the properties in Hillsborough County six years ago, $4,657,039.56 has been spent on capital repairs, including major improvements and replacements such as siding, roofs, tubs, flooring, HVAC, etc. In addition, for the Tampa properties, $788,884 was spent from January 2020 to August 2020 on normal repairs and maintenance (painting, patching of walls, small repairs, repairing a faucet or toilet, repairing AC filters, etc.).

Further, another $368,753 was spent on contracts such as maintaining sprinkler systems, landscaping, lift station repairs, pool maintenance, security, etc. Of that amount, $36,234 was spent on pest control.

The article also questions Tzadik’s delinquency and eviction process in relation to Governor DeSantis’ Executive Order suspending residential evictions due to COVID-19. Per the company’s policy on notices, Tzadik continued to offer residents ample opportunities to work out payment arrangements. From March 1, 2020, to present, Tzadik has provided concessions to prevent eviction for 33 of its Timberfalls residents, totaling $16,335. During this timeframe, Tzadik extended concessions to prevent evictions to 360 residents at its properties throughout the state of Florida, for a total dollar amount of $829,323. Throughout Hillsborough County, at its 11 properties, Tzadik provided $172,000 in total concessions, which saved 93 residents from eviction. In addition, Tzadik provided 1,448 of its Florida tenants with $80 rental credits for prepaying their rent during the months of May, June and July, in the total amount of $118,840.

Tzadik Properties, LLC granted $671,000 of concessions and credits to renters for the TZA portfolio, which consists of Tampa-owned properties as well as Winter Haven and Jacksonville, totaling 14 properties. Company-wide, from March through August, Tzadik offered concessions to 5,465 tenants to go towards moving in, resident referrals, renewals and miscellaneous resident concessions in the amount of $854,351.26.

The total amount of concessions/credits that Tzadik granted to renters at Timberfalls who were at risk of eviction was $88,000. Tzadik worked with renters who were willing to speak with property management and offered 50% off all balances that had more than one month’s rent in arrears in exchange for them paying the other half.

At one property that Tzadik third-party manages, there was a miscommunication between the site level and outside evictions counsel regarding whether the property was financed with a federally backed mortgage, leading to a handful of arguably questionable evictions that were dismissed immediately upon discovery.

Of note, two of the tenants interviewed for the Tampa Bay Times article were placed in evictions in March, before lockdown measures and after months of rental delinquencies. One individual who was referenced in the article is an unauthorized resident who has been arrested on property before. The leaseholder of that unit has a current balance is $4,968.65, and has not made any payments or responded to Tzadik’s offers of waiving half of the balance. Assistance options were sent to her door and emailed on June 15, 2020. Again, the tenant has been unresponsive to all collection efforts. Since the beginning of March, that unit has submitted seven work orders. All were completed with completion notes, and the unit has not submitted a repair request since May 1, 2020.

Regarding the PPP loans referenced in the article, they are irrelevant to the evictions and property conditions as acceptance of PPP funds was not conditioned upon eviction forbearance. As suggested by its name, the Paycheck Protection Program was designed to cover payroll costs and keep employees employed. Unlike most of its peer property management companies, all of its employees remained on-site to serve the tenants throughout the pandemic and that is what the funds were expended on. In fact, at the beginning of March, before COVID-19, the company had four employees at Timberfalls. By mid-April, it had five employees and was looking to hire additional employees to take care of work orders, and in June it had six employees – in which one was an additional newly added position. Currently, Timberfalls has five employees and one open position. In Hillsborough County, six new maintenance positions have been added since April after the pandemic began to better handle the 300% increase in resident repair requests/work orders.

Due to the PPP loan, Tzadik Properties, LLC was able to retain all its employees company-wide. The loan was also used to provide all Tzadik employees with the newly created Tzadik Stimulus Package, which helps all 217 employees with added expenses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Expenses include hand sanitizer, child daycare, indoor children’s toys, TV streaming programs memberships, roommate/spouse job loss, household income loss, and to thank employees for showing up to work every day to assist residents during these uncertain and unusual times.

Per the PPP program, funds also went to keep residents and employees safe per the CDC guidelines and recommendations for COVID-19. Related expenditures included PPE, video doorbells, additional cleaning supplies, masks, gloves, sanitizers, etc.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Tzadik Properties has maintained 96% stabilized occupancy and is continuing business as usual, meaning that all offices and properties were open, including:

  • 97% daily employee attendance
  • All work orders completed
  • Hand sanitizer stations installed at each entrance in the corporate office
  • Team meetings held via Microsoft Teams so everyone can remain socially distant
  • Keeping residents informed on coronavirus and protocol updates, and maintaining open communication for them to ask any questions
  • Supplying ample personal protective equipment (PPE) to all sites and keeping supplies stocked (PPE includes masks, hand sanitizer, body shields for maintenance workers and face shields)
  • All employees abiding by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines of staying 6 feet apart at all times, even while continuing to give in-person tours as they were requested

Moving forward, Tzadik Properties is continuing to meet with organizations such as City of Tampa Housing and Community Development, Department of Code Enforcement for the City of Tampa, and others, to ensure the end result is positive for the residents, the community and the company. Additionally, Tzadik had reached out to Councilman Luis Viera twice. Tzadik and Councilman Viera are in the process of scheduling a follow-up phone call.

Tzadik is also working with Rapid Rehousing, a subset of the Housing First approach to end homelessness, which is designed to help those who are homeless or at risk of losing their home. During COVID-19, Tzadik placed approximately 10 of its Florida-based tenants in that program, which will cover rental costs for one year. This program is one example of ways in which Tzadik Properties works towards its goal of providing affordable and sustainable housing for all.

Angel Flores“Tzadik did not shut down any leasing offices or put a halt to any resident work order requests after COVID hit. Because work orders increased so much during the pandemic, we hired 6 extra positions in maintenance here at our Tampa properties and that has really helped us keep up with the higher demand. All team members were issued PPE including face shields, bodysuits, gloves, masks, hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies to keep us safe. We also increased our cleaning of common areas, the office and anywhere residents may frequent.”
-Angel Flores, Tampa Area Maintenance Manager

 

Vanessa Grant“I have been employed with Tzadik since March 2018. When many lost their jobs, Tzadik Management ensured our jobs were not only safe but that our residents could still live during this time knowing their landlords are here to support them every day. I have had extensive experience with property management companies from Greystar to the St. Petersburg Housing Authority and the commitment level Tzadik has shown during these troubling times deserves some recognition and should be talked about publicly. I could not be happier to be a part of such an amazing team and company.”
-Vanessa Grant, Multi-Site Property Manager

 

Dwone Burse“Throughout the pandemic, Tzadik has given me the platform to work and assist our residents during a very difficult and uncertain time. I created a community food bank, delivered food boxes and contacted dozens of agencies to solicit assistance to help our resident meet their financial obligations. Not only did Tzadik allow these activities during the workday, they encouraged me to do more and met my enthusiasm by allowing residents to clear their outstanding balance by paying 50% of the amount owed. I am proud to work for such a great company.”
-Dwone Burse, Property Manager for Bella Mar, Tampa

 

Leslie Dupont“I’ve been a resident for 7 years. I’m very pleased with everything that has taken place. I don’t have any issues and am grateful to live here. This property is a wonderful place to live and all of my maintenance requests are taken care of. I have been really pleased with the new manager of maintenance. They are a great team. I would recommend anyone to live here. My daughter has lived here for 2 years. She loves it also.”
-Leslie Dupont Parker, Timberfalls Resident

 

Elsie Flacher“I am very satisfied with the service that I am getting from maintenance.”
-Ronald Shannon and Elsie Flacher, Timberfalls Resident

 

 

 

About Tzadik Properties, LLC
Tzadik Properties, LLC is a growing, innovative and driven real estate and property management company based in Miami, Florida. Since its formation in 2007, Tzadik has managed more than $1 billion in apartment complexes, over 15 million square feet of commercial real estate, and more than 19,000 units in over 20 states. Through excellent management, a focus on company culture, and a tech-driven style of operating, Tzadik has established a reputation for “Building Lasting Relationships.” In 2020, Tzadik acquired JM Real Estate, Inc., a full-service, commercial property management, leasing, sales and investment acquisition company that is located in Brevard County, Florida, and serves from Titusville to Palm Bay. For more information about Tzadik, visit https://tz-m.com or call (305) 770-6383.

Contact:
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954-723-9350
tzadik@dureeandcompany.com

Women Leaders Of Real Estate: Christina Alletto

Women Leaders Of Real Estate: Christina Alletto

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Because of our culture, the percentage of women in C-suite roles nationwide is very low. This is changing, but it will take some time. If you are a woman who wants to make her way up to a senior position in the real estate industry, you have to be persistent and have people by your side that want to see you advance. Be smart and be adaptable.

As a part of my series about strong women leaders of the Real Estate industry, I had the pleasure of interviewing Christina Alletto.
Christina is the chief people officer for Tzadik Management, an industry-leading multi-family property management company based in Miami, Florida. She is also the president of JM Real Estate, Inc., a commercial management, leasing and sales company based in Brevard County, Florida. Tzadik Management acquired JM Real Estate, Inc. in 2020.
Alletto spearheaded the integration process between the two companies, working to effectively assimilate Tzadik’s technology-focused approach into JM’s day-to-day business diligence. She oversees the HR, marketing and training departments for both Tzadik and JM.
She works to find the right people who fit with the company’s culture, creates employee engagement, successfully merges marketing and customer service initiatives, and creates training platforms to set both employees and management up for success.
In May 2016, Alletto joined Tzadik as its chief revenue officer. She later became the head of both the senior regional management team and human resources department. In addition, she played a crucial role in the company’s third-party management push. Her client development efforts propelled Tzadik’s expansion into Texas, South Dakota, Nebraska and Missouri, all within six months. Overall, Alletto facilitated Tzadik’s growth from just over 1,000 units throughout Florida to more than 10,000 units throughout the country.


Thank you so much for doing this with us! Can you tell us the “backstory” about what brought you to the Real Estate industry?

While I was in college studying to become a teacher, I was working part-time at a restaurant in a Holiday Inn. A developer from Cleveland, Ohio, and his partner were staying at the hotel for a few weeks and they kept telling me that I should work in real estate. Eventually, I took a part-time job with their company while I was still in school. Then, I got promoted and was offered a full-time time job. I’ve remained working in the real estate industry from that point on.

Can you share with our readers the most interesting or amusing story that occurred to you in your career so far? Can you share the lesson or take away you took out of that story?

Throughout my career, there have been multiple occasions where the company I worked for didn’t have the funds to hire an interior designer or a new contractor after one was fired. That’s when I stepped up and started taking college courses for interior and historic design, green space planning and general construction. I obtained my general contractors license in Ohio and North Carolina in order to build out several projects. The biggest lesson I learned from working at a smaller company for almost 30 years was that you always need to be able to adapt to just about anything. As long as you are willing to learn, and have the backing of the company and the team, you can go after anything you want.

Are you working on any exciting new projects now? How do you think that will help people?

Yes, I have been working nonstop since the COVID-19 pandemic hit to make sure that we survive as a company and don’t have to make massive layoffs like other companies have had to do. It was important for us to quickly get organized and provide safety measures so that our employees felt safe in the office and our residents felt safe in their homes. We didn’t close any of our offices during the pandemic and were there 24/7 to assist our residents. We provided our on-site employees with the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and kept supplies stocked.
JM Real Estate and Tzadik Management also put together a company stimulus package that helped their employees navigate the new normal and meet new demands. Employees could bring their kids to work and were also offered a bonus to go toward added expenses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of those expenses include hand sanitizer, child daycare, indoor children’s toys, TV streaming programs memberships, and more.

What do you think makes your company stand out? Can you share a story?

What makes JM Real Estate, Inc., and Tzadik Management unique is the culture and high level of employee engagement. Employee engagement for most companies is 76% and we are at 83.7% because we believe in putting our people first. We’ve developed a culture where our employees know that we will be there for them no matter what. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, 98% of our employees showed up in the to work, in our offices and on-site at properties.

None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? Can you share a story about that?

Early in my career, a Housing rep from the NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal, who inspected the properties I was working at, saw something in me. He said he wanted to teach me everything he knew about real estate and the mechanics of the building(s) so that I could grow in the field. At that time, it was very rare for a woman to be in a senior position, such as a regional manager or vice president, and non-existent in a C-suite position. Women were mostly janitors, administrators, or leasing agents. He gave me a wealth of education, confidence and opened many doors for me.

Ok. Thank you for all that. Let’s now jump to the main core of our interview. The Real Estate industry, like the Veterinarian, Nursing and Public Relations fields, is a women dominated industry. Yet despite this, less than 20 percent of senior positions in Real Estate companies are held by women. In your opinion or experience, what do you think is the cause of this imbalance?

Because of our culture, the percentage of women in C-suite roles nationwide is very low. This is changing, but it will take some time. If you are a woman who wants to make her way up to a senior position in the real estate industry, you have to be persistent and have people by your side that want to see you advance. Be smart and be adaptable.

What 3 things can be done by a)individuals b)companies and/or c) society to support greater gender balance going forward?

  1. Remove the bias and the stereotypes.
  2. Figure out ways to support valuable employees who have to balance home schooling their children and keeping their job. Women make up 39% of the global job market, yet they account for 54% of the job losses during the COVID-19 crisis.
  3. A number of countries led by women have fared much better than male-led countries. During this pandemic, we need figure out why that is. Woman tend to lean toward collaboration and people skills. We need talent to get out of this crisis. How do we get all of the talent we need by ignoring half of our population?

In your opinion, what are the biggest challenges faced by women executives that aren’t typically faced by their male counterparts?

If you are a younger woman who is having kids, you have to make the decision of whether or not to stay home with your child or go back to work and make sure someone else can take care of your child. I was blessed to work for a company that was flexible and allowed me to be adaptable when I had young kids, but not everyone has that.
Also, it is more acceptable for a man to be assertive and aggressive when speaking to others, but when a woman exhibits those qualities it’s often viewed as emotional. There is still the stereotype that men can do things better than women.

Can you share 3 things that most excite you about the Real Estate industry?

  1. It’s everchanging
  2. It allows you to learn something new every day
  3. You can be involved in the communities and make them better

Can you share 3 things that most concern you about the industry? If you had the ability to implement 3 ways to reform or improve the industry, what would you suggest?

  1. There are too many people that don’t have the opportunity to have decent housing because of the way that our political system works. We have to make housing a main focus and find out how other countries have successfully done it.
  2. Prioritize American renters on all levels. Even before COVID-19, one in four Americans could not afford their rent.
  3. Bring back programs designed to help renters that also give reasonable incentives for developers to create affordable housing.

What advice would you give to other leaders to help their team to thrive?

Put your people first. If you don’t, no matter how much money you’re making, you won’t be successful in the end. People will do so much for you and will jump in when things get hard if you put them first. It’s all about making sure your people feel cared for.

Ok, here is the main question of our interview. You are a “Real Estate Insider”. If you had to advise someone about 5 non intuitive things one should know to succeed in the Real Estate industry, what would you say? Can you please give a story or an example for each?

  1. Adaptability will help you change as the market and times are changing.
  2. Get all the education that you can. This doesn’t necessarily mean learning at college. Find a mentor and ask questions about what they do and how they do it. My mentor was a lady who was my rep and would inspect the properties I was involved in. She believed in me and taught me everything she knew about the industry to help me succeed.
  3. Never stop learning. Even when you’re at a senior level position, always be open to learning something new. I try to learn something new every day.
  4. Meet as many people as you can. Real estate all about building and maintaining relationships.
  5. Don’t burn bridges. Real estate is a very small world and you never know when you may cross paths with someone again.

Because of your position, you are a person of enormous influence. If you could inspire a movement that would bring the most amount of good to the greatest amount of people, what would that be? You never know what your idea can trigger. 🙂

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, approximately 26 million are about to lose their home and we can’t let that happen. We owe it to ours kids and the generations to come to figure out how to correct something that’s not the fault of the people who are being affected. Yes, some of those 26 million people may not have been great tenants who always paid their rent on time, but that’s not the majority. Most of the people who will be affected are those that live paycheck to paycheck. We need some type of financial assistance package so that millions of people aren’t left without a home.

How can our readers follow you online?

https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine-alletto-463b703a

Thank you for your time, and your excellent insights!

Property Management Company Tzadik Acquires JM Real Estate

Property Management Company Tzadik Acquires JM Real Estate

MIAMI, July 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — JM Real Estate, Inc., a full-service commercial property management, leasing and sales company based in Brevard County, Florida, was acquired by Tzadik Management, an industry-leading, multi-family property management company based in Miami-Dade County, Florida and in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The acquisition includes management contracts for 60 locations, totaling over 2.5 million square feet of retail, office, medical and industrial-type properties.

“We are thrilled to join our principles with Tzadik Management, a larger management company, and continue to expand outside our local market,” said Jewel McDonald, broker/director of Brokerage Services for JM Real Estate, Inc. “This acquisition allows us to stay competitive with today’s technological advancements in commercial property management and brokerage activities.”

JM Real Estate, Inc., which was founded in 1997, has a current portfolio of approximately 2.5 million square feet and an estimated value of more than $300 million. It has been involved in millions of square feet of acquisitions and dispositions of commercial investment properties, primarily multi-tenant office and retail spaces. The company has also been involved in development projects, and ultimately disposition spanning the full spectrum of commercial investment real estate.

This marks the first acquisition in 2020 for Tzadik Management, a rapidly growing and innovative company. While Tzadik Management currently owns and manages commercial real estate nationwide, this is the first time the company has acquired a commercial brokerage real estate firm. JM Real Estate, Inc., has thrived in its local market of Melbourne, Florida, and Tzadik Management has been successful at expanding and branching into new markets. This acquisition allows for a strong, full-service real estate company, that offers both residential and commercial services.

A few of the projects that Tzadik Management currently manages are Tzadik Bay in Daytona Beach, Florida; and City View Apartments in Omaha, Nebraska.

JM Real Estate, Inc., has recently leased or sold several high-profile properties. These include a new management contract for Shoppes of Minton in West Melbourne, Florida; a renewal with Ross Stores and TGI Fridays in the Best Buy Plaza in Melbourne, Florida; and significant leases in the Rialto Place Office Tower for L3 Harris in Melbourne, Florida.

As the market begins to turn via receivership and third-party opportunities, Tzadik Management is poised to acquire assets. Since being founded in 2007, Tzadik Management has managed more than $1 billion in apartment complexes, over 15 million square feet of commercial real estate, and more than 19,000 units in over 20 states.

In 2020, Tzadik Management will continue to strategically target property management partners whose core values align with its own, while also expanding its real estate investments in the Upper Midwest and other special circumstance acquisitions.

Overseeing the onboarding and transition for the acquisition is Christina Alletto, chief people officer with Tzadik Management and president of JM Real Estate, Inc.

“We look forward to this integration and building on an already stellar reputation,” said Alletto. “Through excellent management, a focus on company culture, and a tech-driven style of operating, we are pleased to bring a new level of automation and customer service to the JM team.”

About Tzadik Management and JM Real Estate, Inc.

Tzadik Management is a growing, innovative and driven real estate and property management company based in Miami, Florida and Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Since its formation in 2007, Tzadik has managed more than $1 billion in apartment complexes, over 15 million square feet of commercial real estate and more than 19,000 units in over 20 states. Tzadik acquired JM Real Estate, Inc., a full-service, commercial property management, leasing, sales and investment acquisition company that is located in Brevard County, Florida. JM specializes in multi-tenant office, retail, medical and industrial properties, and serves from Titusville to Palm Bay. JM has represented millions of square feet of acquisitions and dispositions of commercial investment properties, primarily multi-tenant office and retail. For more information about Tzadik, visit https://tz-m.com or call (305) 770-6383. For more information about JM Real Estate, Inc., visit www.JMRealEstate.com or call (321) 242-2882.

Tzadik Management Closes on $80M Refi

Tzadik Management Closes on $80M Refi

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The company secured permanent financing for two apartment portfolios totaling 1,100 units in Sioux Falls, S.D.

Tzadik Management has closed on an $80 million refinance of two apartment portfolios with a total of 1,110 units in Sioux Falls, S.D. The company acquired the portfolios, which span 22 communities, in 2018 and 2019, successfully repositioned them and was able to capitalize on the current low-interest rate environment by securing permanent financing.

Tzadik purchased the first portfolio in the state’s most populous city in October 2018 with a bridge loan and subsequently oversaw $5 million in capital improvements, with another $4 million planned to be completed in the next year. The firm picked up the second portfolio in March 2019.

The Miami-based company, which has managed more than $1 billion in apartment communities and 19,000 units in more than 20 states since its inception, decided in 2018 to invest in markets that had not previously been affected by economic downturns. Tzadik noted in a statement that the company was able to maintain 97 percent physical attendance across all its offices, including corporate offices, as an essential business during the coronavirus pandemic.

The company rolled out a number of distancing and sanitation measures in order to remain open and keep its staff on-site, including offering virtual communication options, virtual movie nights and Facebook group chats for residents and providing all its office visitors with sanitizers and masks. In a statement earlier this month, Tzadik said that it offered physical property tours, but made sure to keep at least 6 feet of distance between every person.

The company also provided a small internal pay stimulus to its employees to help them through financial difficulties caused by the pandemic and its associated economic shocks.