Through Our Strategic & Innovative

MULTIFAMILY INVESTMENT APPROACH

We have the know-how to ensure our investments thrive.

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Bodka Creek Capital is more than a real estate investment firm, it is a catalyst for positive growth and change in properties and communities.

In the early 1880s, an emancipated slave and the forefather of Bodka's founder, purchased a 300 acre homestead on the banks of the Bodka Creek in rural Alabama. The land had previously been home to the Choctaw Native American tribe and in the Choctaw language, Bodka meant "many waters", signifying how the creek split into many smaller streams. Those small streams created a natural irrigation for the land and allowed the crops, farm, and community to prosper.

Almost 150 years later, Bodka Creek Capital was founded with a similar philosophy toward each investment - To acquire properties and bring new life to the buildings, residents, and community at large which will result in strong returns for investment partners from fundamental value creation.

We hope you will join us as an investor in bringing life to value-add communities and enjoying the returns from the value we create.

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Our Markets - The Sun Belt Region

"No one knows a market like a local.."
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A Growth Economy

  • 18 ​Sun Belt states hold over 65% of the United States population

  • The region accounted for 80% of the population growth in the US over the last decade and is expected to continue leading growth thru 2030 

  • Current and new residents of the area are attracted to the Sun Belt by the business-friendly environment, lower cost of living, quality of life, and mild climate

  • Overall, the region offers either low or no corporate, individual, or property taxes with the primary outlier in the Region being California

  • Texas, Florida, Arizona, North Carolina, Colorado, South Carolina and Tennessee lead the Region is total population growth by state

  • Strong job, GDP and wage growth have driven Millennials to migrate to the Sun Belt in pursuit of better quality of life

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The Pandemic Impact

  • The Sun Belt Region of the United States saw significant growth during the Covid-19 Pandemic as individuals and families migrated from the coasts to the Southeast and Southwest, attracted by the lower real estate prices and state income tax, affordable cost of living, and favorable small business environments. With remote work options becoming more permanent, population growth is continuing across the Sun Belt Region.

  • Pro-landlord States

    • Limited rent control or rent stabilization laws

    • Balanced eviction courts that enable possession to be retaken within 30-60 days for non-payment or lease violations

    • Assistance programs from government and nonprofits continue to aid tenants in need

  • Class C residents a stable tenant base

    • Continue to have stable employment as demand for blue collar jobs is increasing

    • Higher lease renewals as less appetite to move with rent pricing increasing each year