The Home renovation market has seen increasing activity since the pandemic – this investment strategy is increasingly becoming institutionalized with rigorous, programmatic processes and we have a unique opportunity for accredited investors to participate in the Urbanfabrix Repositioning Fund I as they seek to capitalize on the lack of new supply in urban residential neighborhoods.
Today we’ve invited Paul Popovici, Co-Founder and Partner of Urbanfabrix Repositioning Fund I LP, to tell us a little more about this unique opportunity and give us the inside scoop on why the investment strategy focused on urban residential renovations is compelling.”
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