About Growth Capital Group

Growth Capital Group LLC is a privately held investment firm that specializes in income-producing multi-family properties in emerging U.S. markets. GCG is capitalizing on opportunities created by un-renovated, poorly managed, and/or undercapitalized owners to acquire and stabilize multi-family properties in premier locations with short-term income and long-term wealth potential, with over 30 years of combined real estate experience and closing on 1,000 units. Our success and reputation have been built on conservative underwriting, strong ethics, a passion for what we do, attention to every detail, and responsibility. Our belief is that all trust starts and ends with honesty, integrity, and open communication. By identifying, recognizing, and acting rapidly on value opportunities in current emerging markets with high employment trends, GCG will continue to outperform the real estate market. A growing economic environment presents the ideal opportunity to acquire premier assets in prime locations with forced appreciation through renovation, proper management, and paying attention to replacement values with realistic growth and occupancy expectations.
We’re agile and committed to working as your partners.
We’re here to help investors access ethical and social property development projects that not only produce a return but contribute to a better world.

GCG is purchasing relatively stable multi-family properties with high generating passive cash flows. These properties are in strong employment areas with growth and stability that will outperform national averages.

Our philosophy is that if we can acquire high-quality assets with above-average cash flows, we will be able to ride the inflation wave and achieve significant long-term upside potential and appreciation over the next 5-7 years.

Meet The Growth Capital Group

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Mike Desrosiers
  • 30 years of combined real estate experience
  • Multi-Family Syndication
  • Extensive education in Multifamily
  • Asset Management and Acquisitions
  • 30 years as a CEO of a successful Agency
  • Licensed California Realtor
  • Licensed Private Pilot
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Kristine Desrosiers
  • Investor Relations & Research Specialist
  • Extensive Real Estate Syndication Education
  • Multi-Family Asset Management Education
  • 38 years of Administrative Management
  • Author of My Secret Blueprint

Frequently Asked Questions

The rate at which available rentable units are leased in a specific real estate market during a given time period.
The funds used by a company to acquire, upgrade and maintain a property. Also referred to as CapEx. An expense is considered CapEx when it improves the useful life of a property and is capitalized – spreading the cost of the expenditure over the useful life of the asset. CapEx included both interior and exterior renovations.
The ratio is a measure of the cash flow available to pay the debt obligation. Also referred to as the DSCR. The DSCR is calculated by dividing the net operating income by the total debt service. A DSCR of 1.0 means that there is enough net operating income to cover 100% of the debt service. Ideally, the DSCR is 1.25 or higher. A property with a DSCR too close to 1.0 is vulnerable, and a minor decline in revenue or minor increase in expenses would result in the inability to service the debt.
The rate of return based on the total net profit and the equity investment. Also referred to as EM The EM is calculated by dividing the sum of the total net profit (cash flow plus sales proceeds) and the equity investment by the equity investment.
A person that can invest in apartment syndications by satisfying one of the requirements regarding income or net worth. The current requirements to qualify are an annual income of $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for the last two years with the expectation of earning the same or higher, or a net worth exceeding $1 million either individually or jointly with a spouse.
The rate of return based on the cash flow and the equity investment. Also referred to as CoC return. Coc return is calculated by dividing the cash flow by the initial equity investment.
The process of confirming that a property is as represented by the seller and is not subject to environmental or other problems. For apartment syndications, the general partner will perform due diligence to confirm their underwriting assumptions and business plan.
The rate needed to convert the sum of all future uneven cash flow (cash flow, sales proceeds and principal paydown on the mortgage loan) to equal the equity investment. Also referred to as IRR.

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Testimonials & Reviews

Joyce and Tim C.

“We have enjoyed our investments with Mike and his team. He offers sound deals and helps us understand the mechanics of the deals. Communication has been great!”

John J.

“Multifamily has been a profitable investment for my family for years. Mike has been great to work with and offers a consistent amount of opportunities.”

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