AMR Oasis Equity Fund

Min. Invest $25,000
Target Hold 60 mo
Annualized Returns 12%
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Investment Overview

AMR Oasis Equity Fund, LLC (the “Company”) a Texas Limited Liability Company, was formed to operate as a closed-ended real estate fund. The Company will invest the proceeds from investor subscription commitments, purchased through this offering, into commercial and/or residential development properties throughout Texas, including but not limited to Texas (“TX”). AMR Capital, LLC (“AMR CAPITAL”), a Texas Limited Liability Company, will direct all investments for the Company and act as the managing member and management company through its managing members.
The Company is offering a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 80 membership units for $25,000 per unit. The offering price per unit has been arbitrarily determined by the Company.


Membership Units

Maximum Units Offered: 80
Minimum Units Offered: 1
Price Per Unit: $25,000
Minimum Investment: $25,000

 

Capital Investment 

Maximum: $2,000,000
Minimum: $25,000

Investment Type: Term: Raise Amount: Targeted ROI:
Equity
20/80 Waterfall Participation
60 Months $1,500,000 4%

Oasis Financials

Oasis Financials

Financial Sources

Initial Equity $1,500,000

Financial Uses

Real Estate Taxes $165,024
Insurance $106,684
Payroll $128,021
Management / Leasing $106,684
Utilites $533,420
Repairs / Maintenance $213,368
Administrative $32,005
Reserves / Miscellaneous $57,800

Dallas Market Summary

The Dallas market has become a magnet for major companies with consistently maintaining low-tax, low-cost, no state income tax; the city houses companies such as Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, Toyota Motor Company, AT&T, Dr. Pepper/Snapple, Neiman Marcus, Amazon and Mary Kay. The Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex has a strong job foundation and has over 1,500 corporate headquarters, including 22 of the Fortune 500., ranking 3rd in the nation behind New York and Chicago. Economic and job growth is expected to continue as these major corporations flock to the metroplex, which bodes well for apartment fundamentals.

AT&T is working with the city of Dallas to expand their downtown presence in what is being called the AT&T Discovery District. The district would be an expansion of AT&T’s downtown headquarters and would bring more retail, office, dining and park space to the area. The expansion will enable AT&T to add 1,500 jobs to the 5,700 current downtown employees.

Texas Live! – The Arlington City Council has approved a $250 million mixed-used development that will include a new $1.25 billion Texas Rangers Stadium, 200,000 sf of entertainment area, retail shops, restaurants, a $150 million Luxury Loews Hotel consisting of 300 rooms, and a 35,000-sf conference space, just south of the Globe Life Park. This development will create 3,000 new jobs for the city of Arlington and is the next step to the Arlington Entertainment District.

Toyota Motor North America has opened its $1 billion North American headquarters. The campus includes seven buildings totaling around 2 million square feet. The company is filling the campus with 4,000 employees by the end of 2017. The campus will boast the largest corporate on-site solar power system, according to Dallas Business Journal.

City of Dallas “Growsouth” Initiative

DFW Market was ranked second in the nation in absorption for industrial square footage. The “Growsouth” initiative was sparked by this ranking and has stimulated built-to-suit opportunities that are less than 15 minutes from the property, such as:

L’Oreal Distribution Center
This 500,000 square-foot, $17 million regional distribution center is just down the block from the new Amazon fulfillment center. Located less than 12 minutes from the Property, it presents and excellent employment opportunity for residents. The world-renowned cosmetics company chose Dallas over several nationwide sites and were granted economic incentives of roughly $4.5 million from the city.


Chewy.com Fulfillment Center
The pet food/supply online retailer just signed a ten-year lease on a new, 663,000 square-foot fulfillment center located less than 5 miles west of the Property. The company plans on expanding its lease by 20,000 square-feet to accommodate more of its operations as well as more employees. It currently employs 500 people, with an additional 200 slated to be hired in the future. The City of Dallas awarded the online retailer a 10-year sales tax grant worth roughly $7.02 million, as part of the city’s initiative to lure businesses to South Dallas.


Amazon Fulfillment Center
The 920,000 square-foot industrial warehouse is still under construction and will supplement the five other distribution centers across DFW including one that is less than a mile east of the one under construction. Both distribution facilities can be reached in under 12 minutes from the Property.


Wayfair Distribution Center
Developed by Duke Realty, the 874,000 square-foot distribution center for Boston based Wayfair Furniture will produce hundreds of full-time jobs for the area. The Distribution Facility is located less than 6 miles from the Property.

The Oasis Summary

The Oasis is a 289-unit multifamily asset located in Dallas, Texas. The property has a superior location in the fast growing DFW metroplex, between IH-45 and IH-35. Residents in the area benefit from instant access to employment and service facilities such as: Lancaster Plaza Shopping Center (5 minutes), UNT Dallas (7 minutes), Methodist Charlton Medical Center (8 minutes) Wheatland Town Crossing (12 minutes) Blue Grove Plaza (14 minutes). There are also many commercial and retail developments in the area including Walmart, Tom Thumb, Albertsons, Kohl’s, Best Buy, and Target are all less than 15 minutes away. The remainder of the area is built out with single-family homes and competing multifamily properties.