We’re Committed to Your Prosperity
Building Wealth the Right Way
Few businesses strive to create prosperity for everyone involved.
Typically, they are just concerned with the bottom line.
This is important, but at Thrive FP we have proven that everyone can succeed,
at every touch point in our business — from investors and borrowers to
residents in our apartments, along with our employees.
Our goal is to create wealth and success, with a focus on impact,
where everyone can win.
A Message from Our
CEO and President
Our Novel Approach to a
Relationship-Based Real Estate Investment Firm
Thrive FP is a real estate investment firm specializing in debt and equity transactions. We obtain properties and deploy capital through proven strategies focused on tangible assets – specifically, the purchase and value-add rehabilitation of commercial real estate properties. Our programs are structured to fit a wide range of investment objectives and risk tolerance.
Our Steps to Success
1. We do homework – and tons of it.
2. We present you with opportunities. You decide which projects to invest in.
3. We handle the paperwork for you.
4. You receive payments.
Thrive FP Portfolio Since 2011:
Our Investment Options
On the Private Equity side, we invest primarily in multifamily real estate assets in high-growth cities. Thrive FP’s investments appeal to those who desire the protection of a hard tangible asset, often with the possibility of both solid cash flow and upside profit potential.
Thrive Lending is a private real estate lending firm that is proud to not be a bank. We are a group of real estate and former banking professionals that take a common-sense approach to real estate lending. Our goal is to Thrive with our borrowers and investors.
Thrive Equity Funds offer a unique investment opportunity to invest in workforce communities founded on strategic and mission-aligned partnerships. Middle income and affordable multifamily housing supply shortfalls are widespread, well-documented, and represent an opportunity to access attractive risk-adjusted returns.