What We Do
de Medici Group specializes in acquiring underperforming and mismanaged multifamily assets that can be repositioned to enhance the lifestyle of our investors, our tenants and our families.
FULL CYCLE - 10 Unit Apt Complex - Pleasanton TX
This was the first Multifamily acquisition for de Medici Group, repositioned in 18 months for a Return of Investment of 159%.
de Medici Group acquired this complex at the end of 2017 with seller financing. Since acquired, we have installed new roof, remodeled the exterior of the building and remodeled some of the units including new floors, new cabinets, new light fixtures, new plumbing fixtures, new sinks, new faucets, all surfaces repainted.
Oak Ridge Apartments
16 Unit Apt Complex - McAllen TX
In a Joint Venture with Optimum Buyers, de Medici Group acquired this complex in January 2019. The acqusition was funded with 4 private investors and a low-leveraged long-term loan. The plan with this property is to reposition and enhance the property value through updating the exterior and interior. Also implementation of new management will be key in the management of this asset.
Sonterra On McColl Apartments
32 Unit Apt Complex - McAllen TX
The most recent syndication for de Medici Group, acquired this complex in August 2019. The acqusition was funded with 6 private investors and used Fannie Mae to cover the debt. Our business plan is to reposition this property and provide a better living experience for all of our residents. This acquisition is also a Joint Venture with Optimum Buyers.
24 Unit Historic Apt Complex - San Antonio TX
In the summer of 2018, de Medici Group was a key player in the acquisition of this historic gem on South Flores in the Lone Star district of San Antonio. The property is currently being repositioned as part of a master plan development by an investing group from California.
Historic Renovations & Artwork Implementation - San Antonio TX
During Mauricio's time in the construction industry, he was deeply involved in the renovation of multiple projects that were approved by the Historic Preservation Committee of San Antonio.