Largest Build To Rent housing community in nation sells in Phoenix

Christopher Todd Communities, one of the nation’s leading innovators in the Build To Rent housing segment, continues to evolve to feed the apparent insatiable appetite for single-family rentals after selling the largest Build To Rent property (by unit count) in the nation.

The purchase of Christopher Todd Communities At Stadium, a 313-home community located in Phoenix, Ariz., was facilitated by Matthew Tice, senior vice president of Inland Real Estate Acquisitions, LLC on behalf of an affiliate of The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc. The deal was brokered by NorthMarq’s President of Investment Sales Trevor Koskovich, Vice President Jesse Hudson, and Executive Vice President Bill Hahn. “The investor appetite for the Built-To-Rent communities has exploded in the last two years, with Christopher Todd Communities leading the way. Not only are we seeing demand from institutional investors, we also have seen increasing interest from the lender community to bring capital to the sector, said Koskovich.” NorthMarq also arranged the financing for the purchase through its Fannie Mae relationship.

This community sale to Inland is the final component of a multi-community transaction announced in March of this year which included a total of five Christopher Todd Communities in the greater Phoenix metro area, with a combined 943 homes. Three communities closed in March, one closed in April and the last one closed Nov 12, 2020. These five communities were the first to be developed as the Company embarked on a path to disrupt the multi-family industry. All communities were developed and wholly owned by Christopher Todd Communities.

“We are so proud that all of our communities experience unprecedented high rent rates, even during the height of the pandemic,” said Todd Wood, CEO of Christopher Todd Communities

Comprised of single-story, single-family pet-friendly smart homes, the communities are less dense than typical multi-family, with no one above or below, the keyless door entry makes it easy to come and go with

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