Geographic Focus

Our investment methodology is reliant upon a pinpoint focus toward those MSAs that demonstrate top tier quantitative metrics within the “Western Heartland”. Using research-driven geographic analysis that focuses on key demographic and economic indicators, our target markets have been selected and are continually evaluated based upon the criteria most compelling for real estate investment.

Denver, Colorado Springs, and Mountain Regions

Denver has transcended its humble origins as a "cow town" to become the epicenter of the Intermountain West, with a central geographic location that plays a pivotal role in its success as the gateway to the Rocky Mountain region. Prioritizing a lifestyle that harmonizes family, well-being, and career opportunities, Denver consistently attracts an impressive array of businesses and their workforce, including national banners such as Lockheed Martin, Google, Comcast, Oracle, Amazon and more. Positioned just fifteen miles to the east of the Rocky Mountains and accessible within a three-hour flight from nearly every corner of the nation, Denver's strategic positioning sets the stage for its enduring growth as a world-class city.


Significant, long-term population growth has elevated Phoenix into becoming one of the largest and fastest growing metro areas in the nation. Enriched by a high quality of life, affordable cost of living, strong rental market, excellent educational institutions, diverse job opportunities, a favorable climate, and a wide range of outdoor activities, “The Valley of the Sun” has proven an attractive destination for residents and visitors of all generations. Phoenix enjoys a vibrant economy shaped by the rapid expansion of healthcare, technology, manufacturing, and financial services; and has attracted market leading companies such as Intel, Boeing, Honeywell, American Express, Banner Health, amongst others. Its prominence as a logistics and transportation hub, serving the southwestern U.S. and beyond from its centralized location on the Interstate 10 corridor, has further fostered demand from industries linked to warehousing and distribution. This continuous influx of residents and businesses is poised to sustain economic prosperity and fuel long-term commercial growth, solidifying Phoenix's status as an appealing place in which to live, work, and invest.

Salt Lake City, Provo, Lehi, and St. George

Salt Lake City, positioned as the focal point of trade in one of the nation's most robust state economies, stands as a burgeoning metropolitan hub in the Rocky Mountain region. The city, along with the entire state of Utah, enjoys a unique amalgamation of natural splendor and economic vigor, rendering it an irresistible destination for businesses, residents, and tourists alike. As the centerpiece of "the fastest-growing state" in the U.S., Salt Lake City is primed for continued prosperity, boasting a remarkably diverse local economy and a prevailing ethos that promotes hard work intertwined with a deep appreciation for the great outdoors. With its central geographic location and transportation infrastructure, Salt Lake City is strategically poised to harness the benefits of its rapidly expanding population and flourishing economy. The city offers a wide spectrum of job opportunities, spanning educational, healthcare, financial services, and rapidly growing technology sectors. Notable companies that have planted their flag in the metro area include Alphabet, Fidelity Investments, Goldman Sachs, Myriad Genetics, Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, McKesson, Exxon Mobil, UnitedHealth Group and more. This vibrant business environment, combined with an affordable and energetic outdoor work-play lifestyle, establishes Salt Lake City as an appealing backdrop for real estate investment.