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Capital Square Receives Prestigious AMO Accreditation

Capital Square Receives Prestigious AMO Accreditation. Capital Square, AMO, IREM, accredited management organization, Institute of Real Estate Management, distinction, recognition

Capital Square has earned the prestigious Accredited Management Organization accreditation from the Institute of Real Estate Management. Capital Square, a sponsor of tax-advantaged real estate investments and an active developer and manager of housing communities, joins an exclusive group of real estate management companies worldwide that have met the requirements to earn this distinction.

“… [Capital Square] has set a high bar by offering exceptional real estate programs with cutting-edge features, including property audits to provide independent verification of performance, subordination of disposition fees, cost segregation studies to maximize tax benefits, and use of technology to improve the investment experience via an investor portal,” said Louis Rogers, founder and co-chief executive officer of Capital Square.

“The AMO designation provides independent verification that Capital Square’s management team brings exceptional expertise and the highest level of ethics to every project and relationship. This is another major milestone in the growth and development of Capital Square as a leading manager of real estate investments,” Rogers added.

IREM was formed in 1933 by representatives of real estate firms whose primary concern was the financial responsibility of those who were managing property for others. Their code of ethics protects the public, promotes competition, reflects contemporary business practices, and sends a powerful message to the marketplace that IREM members act ethically. The IREM AMO program was created as the acknowledgment that professionalism has meaning from both an individual and corporate perspective and is aimed at protecting the public from unethical and improper management practices and techniques.

Celebrating more than 75 years of distinction, AMOs demonstrate strong financial performance, outstanding leadership, and adhere to a Code of Professional Ethics strictly enforced by IREM to maintain integrity beyond reproach. Accreditation as an AMO requires firms to follow best practices in real estate management, demonstrating that they meet standards and functions related to operations and service. Property owners can be assured that an AMO will put their interests first.

Capital Square has overseen more than 170 individual properties for 135 investment offerings owned by over 6,500 investors nationwide. According to Capital Square as of year-end 2023, the firm’s real estate portfolio totaled 62 multifamily, 13 manufactured housing and 63 commercial assets owned by the firm’s DST programs, qualified opportunity zone funds and real estate investment trust, Capital Square Apartment REIT, Inc.

Capital Square is a vertically integrated national real estate firm specializing in tax-advantaged real estate investments, including Delaware statutory trusts for Section 1031 exchanges, qualified opportunity zone funds for tax deferral and exclusion and a real estate investment trust. In recent years the company has become an active developer of mixed-use, multifamily properties in the southeastern United States, with eight current projects totaling approximately 2,000 apartment units and a development cost greater than $590 million. Since 2012, Capital Square has completed more than $7.8 billion in transaction volume.

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