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WeWork, Kennedy Wilson, Netstreit, KKR, Harbor Development

📩 New Slides - 30 April 2024

Hello BetterPitch readers!

Here are the top 5 decks we found at BetterPitch this week.

Okay, now back to our top finds:

1. WeWork SPAC

In 2021, WeWork SPAC’ed at a $9B enterprise value.

The deal gave WeWork $1.3B in cash, with $48M from BowX and $800M from a private investment. WeWork’s market cap is now $10M, down from a $47B high.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Strategic action needed to survive

  • Key investment highlights

  • WeWork’s growth opportunity

2. Kennedy Wilson

Kennedy Wilson manages $23B of real estate.

Kennedy Wilson made 424 investments across 38,222 multifamily units. Their advantage is being a first-mover in key target markets via allocating capital with local expert operators.

This slide deck highlights:

  • The Kennedy Wilson advantage

  • Why invest in the Intermountain West

  • Investor base by type

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3. Netstreit

Netstreit has 100% occupancy across 547 investments.

Netstreit acquires necessity-based single tenant retail assets. Investors treat the stock as a bond (4.65% dividend yield) with tenants like CVS, Dollar General, Walgreens, and others.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Portfolio overview

  • Investing in defensive retail sectors

  • Tenant underwriting strategy

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4. KKR

KKR has $1T+ in assets under management.

KKR’s investment approval process screens $130.8B of financing opportunities for every $0.9B in closed deals.

This slide deck highlights:

  • Integrated global real estate platform

  • Differentiated investment strategy

  • Investment screening process

5. Harbor Development

Harbor is a vertically integrated residential developer.

Harbor acquires land, entitles and permits property, develops the land with horizontal infrastructure, construct residential dwellings, and sell or recap the assets.

  • Unique business model

  • Specialized acquisition strategy

  • Navigating market cycles

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