INTRODUCING

NexPoint Storage I DST

 

This Offering includes seven strategically developed self-storage properties with high occupancy rates in high-growth MSAs.

GenV Self-Storage
Facilities

Sunbelt
Geography

1st Class Property Management

OFFERING SNAPSHOT

 

Seven Self-Storage GenV Facilities Present an Attractive Long-Term Investment Opportunity

 

NexPoint believes that this portfolio of self-storage properties presents an attractive long-term investment opportunity due to favorable submarket demographics, nearby retail drivers, continued and strengthening demand for self-storage, superior quality of each asset, high physical occupancy of the portfolio and long-term strength of sector.

ACQUISITION DETAILS

Total Acquisition Cost* $142,947,366
Supplemental Reserves None
Lender Reserves** $2,931,426
Total Capitalization $150,892,414

DST HIGHLIGHTS

Offering Size $85,892,414
Minimum Purchase – Cash $100,000
Minimum Purchase – 1031 $100,000
Suitability Accredited Investors Only

LOAN INFORMATION

Loan Amount $65,000,000
Loan to Value 43.08%
Interest Rate 3.99% Fixed Rate
Loan Term 10 Years
Amortization Interest Only for Full Term

FORECASTED CASH-ON-CASH RETURNS

* The Total Acquisition Cost is the Real Estate Acquisition Price, the Contribution Fee, the Acquisition Closing Costs and the Financing Closing Cost.

** Lender Reserves refers to the Earn-Out Reserve in addition to the Tax and Insurance Reserve. There are substantial risks in any investment program. See “Risk Factors” on page 24 of the PPM for a discussion of the risk relevant to the Offering.

Distributions are not guaranteed.

The forecasted distribution rates are only estimates based on the specific assumptions more fully described in the PPM. There is no guarantee that the assumptions used in the projection will be achieved. Please review the entire PPM prior to investing. This material does not constitute an offer and is authorized for use only when accompanied or preceded by the PPM. Reference is made to the PPM for a statement of risks and terms of the Offering. The information set forth herein is qualified in its entirety by the PPM. All potential Purchasers must read the PPM and no person may invest without acknowledging the receipt and complete review of the PPM.

SELF-STORAGE INDUSTRY

 

The Fastest Growing Segment in the Last 40 Years

According to the Self Storage Association, a not-for-profit trade association representing the self-storage industry, the self-storage industry has been the fastest growing segment of the commercial real estate industry over the last 40 years. The demand for self-storage continues to strengthen as healthy job growth, rising wages and the formation of new households support the need for self-storage.

LATEST GENERATION OF FACILITIES

The Properties are of superior quality (multi-story, secure, predominately climate controlled), age (latest generation, less than five years old) and location (urban core, high density and strong demand drivers) of each facility referred to as Generation V or GenV Facilities.

STRENGTH OF MARKETS

The Properties are located in four major United States MSAs:  Miami, Atlanta, Orlando, and Jacksonville exhibiting above-average population and job growth over the past five years, are large international cities and contain many of the demand drivers that produce high occupancies and rental rates for self-storage facilities.

EXPERIENCED PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Each of the Properties is managed by Extra Space Management, Inc. (“EXR”), an affiliate of a leading owner and operator of self-storage properties utilizing state-of-the art revenue management systems, experienced data scientists, leading digital marketing techniques and many years of self-storage experience to maximize returns.

GENV SELF-STORAGE

 

What is a Self-Storage GenV Facility?

NexPoint believes that GenV Facilities in top 50 United States MSAs can be expected to perform better over time and create more value than facilities in smaller markets and older generation facilities, wherever located.

LOCATED IN DENSE URBAN MARKETS

A

CLASS A
PROPERTIES

PREDOMINANTLY CLIMATE CONTROLLED

NEWLY BUILT

MULTI-STORY BUILDINGS

TECHNOLOGICALLY ADAPTED

STRONG POPULATION GROWTH IN MARKET

HIGH DENSITY OF MULTIFAMILY RENTERS

ABOVE-AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOMES

HIGH GROWTH MARKETS

 

Miami, Atlanta, Orlando, and Jacksonville

Miami: In Miami, jobs continue to be added, residents and visitors keep coming, and the port systems will continue delivering high-value cargo around the globe.

Atlanta: Atlanta’s diverse and strong economy will lead to continued moderate expansion and provide a foundation for strong commercial real estate fundamentals.

Orlando: Taking advantage of its central location, Orlando is emerging as a place of high-tech manufacturing and as a distribution hub, moving into second place in terms of large market economic growth within the state and is on a path for future gains.

Jacksonville: Capital improvements to Jacksonville’s port systems and regional expressway upgrades should provide a boost to construction jobs and improve infrastructure to encourage economic expansion.

Miami, FL

Brickell, West Doral, and Coconut Grove Properties

2%

Employment Growth Year-over-Year

5.8%

Avg. Personal Income Growth each of the last 3 Years

5.6%

Projected Annual Growth Rate Over Next Several Years

~3,000

Jobs Added in Transportation, Warehousing and Utilities Industries 3.8% increase Year-Over-Year

$137.1B

Gross Metro Product rose 16% since 2014

Atlanta, GA

Marietta and Alpharetta Properties

3.1%

YoY Employment Growth*

1.8%

Median Household income growth projected between 2020 and 2015**

1.4%

Projected population growth rate between 2020 and 2025, ~87,775 residents per year**

63,833

Jobs added between 2018 and 2019, a 2.3% increase YoY – 25.2% increase since 2010*

$422.2B

Gross Metro Product as of 2019 – rose by 32% since 2014***

*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Employment Survey (CES). Data is not seasonally adjusted.
** Source: Esri 2020. Compiled by JLL Valuation & Advisory Services, LLC.
***Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Orlando, FL

Ocoee Property

2.8%

Non-Agricultural Employment Growth Year -over-Year

7%

Avg. Personal Income Growth each of the last 3 Years

6%

Projected Annual Growth Rate Over Next Several Years

17,000

Jobs Added ~4,900 Construction Jobs Added Year-over-Year and 12,100 jobs since 2018, a 7.4% gain

$138.1B

Gross Metro Product rose 21.8% since 2014

Jacksonville, FL

Fleming Island Property

3.4%

Employment Increase Year-over-Year

5%

Avg. Personal Income Growth each of the last 3 Years

5%

Projected Annual Growth Rate Over Next Several Years

15,700

Jobs Added YoY. 9,400 Jobs Added in Professional and Business Services and 6,300 in Professional, Scientific, and Tech Services

$73.7B

Gross Metro Product rose 19.8% since 2014

The Properties

Data as of March 31, 2021

Miami MSA

Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL is the seventh largest MSA in the country that has recently experienced moderate population growth of 10.82% from 2010 to 2019.

Brickell Property

1103 SW 3rd Avenue
Miami FL 33130

808 Units
74,635 Rentable Sqft
92% Occupancy
Started October 2016
About the Submarket1
246,223

Current Population

2.20%

Population Growth (Annual)

$32-50

1 Bedroom Apt Price Range/Ft2

20,000

Traffic Count

$78,088

Avg. Household Income

69.9%

Renter Occupied

The Brickell Property sits less than a half mile from downtown Miami. The submarket has excellent population metrics both in terms of current population and annual population growth. The Brickell Property is in close proximity to high-end, multifamily developments whose residents make for great self-storage tenants.

West Doral Property

590 NW 137th Ave
Miami, FL 33182

879 Units
76,585 Rentable Sqft
95.3% Occupancy
Started August 2016
About the Submarket1
113,358

Current Population

0.46%

Population Growth (Annual)

$26-43

1 Bedroom Apt Price Range/Ft2

48,000

Traffic Count

$81,371

Avg. Household Income

31.4%

Renter Occupied

The West Doral Property sits roughly 15 miles to the west of downtown Miami in the suburb of West Doral, FL. The most intriguing aspect of the West Doral Proprty is its lack of competitive supply.

Coconut Grove Property

2434 SW 28th Ln
Miami, FL 33133

557 Units
51,848 Rentable Sqft
94.7% Occupancy
Started December 2016
About the Submarket1
233,868

Current Population

1.29%

Population Growth (Annual)

$30-50

1 Bedroom Apt Price Range/Ft2

95,000

Traffic Count

$82,736

Avg. Household Income

68.0%

Renter Occupied

The Coconut Grove Property sits just over three miles from downtown Miami. The population metrics make the Coconut Grove Property attractive.

Atlanta MSA

Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA is a primary MSA and ninth largest in the country that has recently experienced strong population growth of 13.88% from 2010 to 2019.

Marietta Property

340 Franklin Gateway SE
Marietta, GA 30067

709 Units
66,312 Rentable Sqft
86.7% Occupancy
Started May 2016
About the Submarket1
77,961

Current Population

0.91%

Population Growth (Annual)

$20-30

1 Bedroom Apt Price Range/Ft2

220,000

Traffic Count

$76,852

Avg. Household Income

63.3%

Renter Occupied

The Marietta Property sits roughly 15 miles to the northwest of downtown Atlanta in the suburb of Marietta, GA. The Marietta Property’s visibility on 1-75 and its proximity to heavily-trafficked retail areas make it appealing.

Alpharetta Property

5110 McGinnis Ferry Road
Alpharetta, GA 30005

689 Units
71,531 Rentable Sqft
92.6% Occupancy
Started May 2016
About the Submarket1
74,225

Current Population

2.34%

Population Growth (Annual)

$16-30

1 Bedroom Apt Price Range/Ft2

13,000

Traffic Count

$162,709

Avg. Household Income

25.9%

Renter Occupied

The Alpharetta Property is located approximately 25 miles to the northeast of downtown Atlanta in the affluent suburb of Alpharetta, GA. The Alpharetta Property boasts a close proximity to high income neighborhoods and the high annual population growth.

Orlando MSA

Ocoee Property

11920 W. Colonial Drive
Ocoee, FL 34716

642 Units
97,015 Rentable Sqft
96.2% Occupancy
Started June 2016
About the Submarket1
70,787

Current Population

1.83%

Population Growth (Annual)

$16-26

1 Bedroom Apt Price Range/Ft2

41,000

Traffic Count

$101,578

Avg. Household Income

31.1%

Renter Occupied

The Ocoee Property site sits just over ten miles from downtown Orlando. Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL is the 23rd largest MSA in the country. Orlando is a primary MSA that has recently experienced excellent population growth of 22.20% from 2010 to 2019. The most intriguing aspects of the Ocoee Property are the great visibility, easy access and the strong population growth of the submarket.

Jacksonville MSA

Fleming Island Property

1939 East West Parkway
Fleming Island, FL 32003

513 Units
59,565 Rentable Sqft
89.8% Occupancy
Started August 2016
About the Submarket1
35,875

Current Population

1.56%

Population Growth (Annual)

$20-30

1 Bedroom Apt Price Range/Ft2

Unavailable

Traffic Count

$106,761

Avg. Household Income

20.6%

Renter Occupied

The Fleming Island Property sits just over 16 miles from downtown Jacksonville. Jacksonville, FL is the 40th largest MSA in the country, a smaller primary MSA that has recently experienced strong population growth of 15.90% from 2010 to 2019. Factors that make the Fleming Property attractive include a lack of competition, strong incomes and good population growth.

1.Esri
2. Apartments.com

EXPERTS IN REAL ESTATE

 

NexPoint Storage Partners Management Team

John Good

CEO, NexPoint Storage Partners

Mr. Good is the CEO and a member of the board of directors of NexPoint Storage Partners. Mr. Good lends his many years of real estate, legal, investment, and capital markets experience to the broader NexPoint platform in a senior advisory capacity. Mr. Good has been in the REIT and financial services industries for nearly three decades. Prior to joining NexPoint, Mr. Good was Chairman and CEO of Jernigan Capital, Inc., a NYSE-listed self-storage REIT.

Matthew McGraner

President

Mr. McGraner is a member of the investment committee for the Sponsor and serves numerous roles across the NexPoint platform. With over ten years of real estate, private equity and legal experience, his primary responsibilities are to lead the strategic direction and operations of the real estate platform at NexPoint. acquisitions. Mr. McGraner has led the acquisition and financing of approximately $11.2 billion of real estate investments.

Brian Mitts

Chief Financial Officer, Secretary, and Treasurer

Mr. Mitts is a member of the investment committee for the Sponsor and serves numerous roles across the NexPoint platform. Currently, Mr. Mitts leads NexPoint’s financial reporting and accounting teams and is integral in financing and capital allocation decisions. Mr. Mitts was also a cofounder of NREA, as well as NXRT and NexPoint Advisors, L.P., the parent of NREA. He has worked for NREA or one of its affiliates since 2007.

NexPoint Storage Partners is a self-storage real estate investment group created through NexPoint’s take-private acquisition of Jernigan Capital Inc. (“JCAP”). NexPoint Storage Partners builds on the original mission of JCAP to invest in newly built, multi-story, climate-controlled, Class-A self-storage facilities known as GenV Facilities located in dense and growing markets throughout the United States.

Class A, Newly Built GenV Facilities

Strategically Selected Submarkets

25+

Years of Self-Storage Growth and Development

NexPoint Storage Partners: A History of Portfolio Growth

The NexPoint Storage Partners’ broader portfolio was developed from the ground up with entrepreneurial developers having substantial experience in selecting, acquiring, and entitling sites for self-storage development. 96% of our facilities are located within the top 50 U.S. MSAs and 82% are located within the top 25 U.S. MSAs.

Since early 2015, NPSP (and JCAP) has underwritten over $12 billion of prospective self-storage investment and developed a best-in-class portfolio of GenV Facilities. The self-storage platform has grown from a blind pool of $110 million of initial capital on April 1, 2015, to an investment portfolio valued today at greater than $1 billion.

Extra Space is the largest 3rd party management platform for a reason.

The Property Manager’s (i.e. Extra Space Management, Inc.) size and scale give it increased data, better decision-making abilities, and more efficient cost structures. It is able to leverage its scale and make informed decisions that ultimately benefit its partners’ properties. At the same time, it is not so big that it can’t work locally with the 650+ properties it manages in 40 states.

650+

Properties

40

States

All Properties in the Offering are managed by Extra Space Management, Inc., an affiliate of a self-administered and self-managed REIT and a member of the S&P 500, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Extra Space Storage, Inc.’s properties comprise approximately 1,010,000 units and over 585M square feet of rentable storage space. It offers customers a wide selection of conveniently located and secure storage units across the country, including boat storage, RV storage and business storage.

Extra Space is committed to being the most convenient, secure and professional storage solution in neighborhoods.

Professional Managers

Over 1,850 Convenient Locations

State-of-the-Art Security

Clean and Well-Lit

Variety of Sizes

Climate-Controlled Units

Disclosures & Risks

There are substantial risks in any investment program. See “Risk Factors” on page 24 of the accompanying PPM for a discussion of the risk relevant to this offering. Distributions are not guaranteed. The forecasted distribution rates are only estimates based on the specific assumptions more fully described in the PPM. There is no guarantee that the assumptions used in the projection will be achieved. Please review the entire PPM prior to investing. This material does not constitute an offer and is authorized for use only when accompanied or preceded by the PPM. Reference is made to the PPM for a statement of risks and terms
of the offering. The information set forth herein is qualified in its entirety by the PPM. All potential investors must read the PPM and no person may invest without acknowledging receipt and complete review of the PPM.

An investment in an Interest is highly speculative and involves substantial risks including, but not limited to:

  • this is a “best-efforts” offering with no minimum raise or minimum escrow requirements;
  • the lack of liquidity and/or public market of the Interests;
  • the holding of a beneficial interest in the Parent Trust with no voting rights with respect to the management or operations of the Trusts or in connection with the sale of the Properties;
  • risks associated with owning, financing, operating and leasing self-storage facilities, and
    real estate generally, in Florida and Georgia, and more specifically the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, Georgia MSA (the “Atlanta MSA”) Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, Florida MSA (the “Miami MSA”), the Jacksonville MSA, and the Orlando MSA;
  • Some of the Properties, specifically those located in Florida, are located in a “Hurricane Susceptible Region,” which increases the risk of damage to the applicable Property;
  • risks associated with the self-storage industry, such as significant occupancy rate fluctuations and relatively low capital requirements or other barriers to entry for competing properties;
  • risks associated with the impact of pandemics, including the COVID-19 pandemic, on the Properties and the economics of the communities in which the Properties exist;
  • the Trusts depend on the Master Tenants for revenue, and the Master Tenants depend on the Tenants for revenue and thus any default by the Master Tenants or the Tenants will adversely affect the Trusts’ operations;
  • performance of the Master Tenants under their respective Master Leases, including the potential for the Master Tenants to defer a portion of rent payable under such Master Leases;
  • reliance on the Master Tenants and the Property Manager engaged by the Master Tenants, to manage each of the Properties;
  • risks associated with the Sponsor funding the Demand Notes (defined below) that capitalize each of the Master Tenants;
  • risks relating to the terms of the financing for the Properties, including the use of leverage;
  • the existence of various conflicts of interest among the Sponsor, the Trusts, the Master Tenants, the Asset Manager (defined below), the Property Manager, and their affiliates;
  • material tax risks, including treatment of the Interests for purposes of Code Section 1031 and the use of exchange funds to pay acquisition costs, which may result in taxable boot;
  • the lack of a public market for the Interests;
  • the Interests not being registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) or any state securities commissions;
  • risks relating to the costs of compliance with laws, rules and regulations applicable to the Properties;
  • risks related to competition from properties similar to and near the Properties; and
  • the possibility of environmental risks related to the Properties.

NexPoint Securities, Inc., an entity under common control with the Sponsor, serves as the Managing Broker-Dealer of the offering. The Managing Broker-Dealer was formed in November 2013 and is registered as a broker-dealer with the Securities and Exchange Commission and is a member of FINRA/SIPC.
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