Investing With Us
Ironridge Investments was formed to offer accredited investors access to stable, income producing, projects with the high returns typical of redevelopment or re-positioning. After years of investing with our own resources, we expanded allowing others to leverage our expertise. We believe strongly in the multi-family market which comprises the bulk of our long term portfolio. We still personally invest in every deal and all projects are self contained in their own holding companies.
As with most investments, the best deal occur when there is some problem with the existing asset or ownership group. This could be bad debt encumbrances, structural degradation, poor management, obsolescence, distress or a combination thereof.
Our management team has a proven track record of identifying and correcting unseen or undisclosed problems with undervalued assets. More importantly, we excel at recognizing the opportunity where others don’t and redeveloping properties to their full potential. In this manner we are able to create our characteristic returns from a traditionally low risk asset.
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Debra has over thirty-five years of professional practice in the combined fields of law, architecture and commercial real estate. She has recently retired from the Seattle law firm she helped build to focus exclusively on Ironridge portfolio development. Debra holds a JD in Law, and two Masters Degrees in Architecture and Urban Planning. She retired with a 20 year AV rating with Martindale Hubbell. She is a professional affiliate with both AIA and AICP credentials.
Erik brings fifteen years experience of syndication, property management, asset management and commercial investment brokerage. Previously, he worked for a boutique Seattle private investment firm and brokered over $175 million in multi-family and land development transactions. In 2010 he left and founded Ironridge Investments with Debra Ricci. He holds a degree in business administration from the University of Washington. Growing up with blueprints on the kitchen table and working on construction sites with his father, Erik has hands on experience to go along with the analytics required to make these investments work.