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Developed and owned by local commercial real estate specialist, Westside Investment Partners, Inc. 

Westside Investment Partners, Inc. is a private commercial real estate investment and development group specializing in opportunities where assets require more proactive management or a market repositioning.
Since 1999, the principals of Westside have acquired more than $350 million of real estate assets in the Western region of the United States. These asset classes range in diversity from mobile home parks to mixed-use developments.

Westside maintains a disciplined, opportunistic investment approach based on building strong relationships for sourcing deals. By searching a wide range of opportunities, and understanding and mitigating hidden risks, we are able to effectively and efficiently execute our asset management strategy of achieving long-term value.

Westside's Philosophy
Westside maintains a disciplined, opportunistic investment approach based on building strong relationships for sourcing deals. By searching a wide range of opportunities, and understanding and mitigating hidden risks, we are able to effectively and efficiently execute our asset management strategy of achieving long-term value.

Westside’s investment approach is based upon the following consistent set of principles:
  • Understand and account for foreseeable risks
  • Acquire properties for less than they are worth today
  • Pursue irreplaceable assets like mobile home parks limited by municipal zoning restrictions, or properties with irreplaceable locations
  • Seek properties where inefficiencies or value propositions exist
  • Pursue properties other investment groups avoid
  • Pursue a broad range of asset classes from mobile home parks to mixed-use developments
  • Develop and maintain business relationships to find new opportunities including: real estate brokers, distressed debt brokers, property owners, business leaders, finance sources
  • Capitalize on our principal's experience
  • Andy Klein worked for a large Wall Street opportunity fund and acquired a wide range of assets
  • Manage assets to build an income-producing portfolio
  • Maximize income potential of each property
  • Budget annual cash requirements to meet short-term needs while optimizing long-term values
  • Maintain an employee profit-sharing plan
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