USA

Strategy metric information as of 9/30/2022

Build-to-Rent

GTIS created an internal platform, Tavalo Communities, to self-develop Build-to-Rent projects across the US; at present, there are eight such communities. With a focus on product innovation, flexibility, and relative affordability, GTIS’ investment strategy merges the most attractive features of for-sale and multi-family living while providing an alternative to ownership against backdrop of rising interest rates.

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Logistics

GTIS’ industrial focus is on self-development and acquisition of modern warehouse and distribution assets to meet local tenant requirements in strategic distribution hubs or population centers across the US Sunbelt. With a focus on 250,000-850,000 square foot projects, GTIS pursues specialty real estate sectors demonstrating strong fundamental dynamics.

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Land Development and Home Building

GTIS has an extensive track record of investing in land development and home building projects across the “Smile” markets in the US post-GFC. GTIS acquires larger land parcels that are outside of the builders’ investment appetite (mostly due to the ‘land-light’ operating model adopted after the crisis), completes master planning and land development, and sells lots to homebuilders or constructs and sells homes to final buyers. The single family for-sale strategy is focused on targeted markets and assets with existing entitlements that would allow us to commence or restart activity in the near term and deliver new product to demonstrated current demand and pricing, with above average development margins.

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Multi-Family

GTIS invests directly and with experienced partners in ground-up development and value-add multi-family opportunities in markets with robust prime renter cohort growth. Market selection is key, and GTIS focuses on supply constrained sub-markets close to strong job generators and amenities.

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Brazil

Strategy metric information as of 9/30/2022

Office

GTIS’ office focus in Brazil is on building state-of-the art, Class A buildings concentrated in the heart of Faria Lima, the premier office district in São Paulo, and in Rio, the most liquid markets in Brazil. These areas are where multinational companies are the leading source of demand resulting in above average occupancy and rent growth, even during the most recent COVID-related downturn. With deep in-house development capability, GTIS predominantly pursues ground-up development with some limited acquisitions of buildings were we can add value.

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Logistics

Driven by growth in e-commerce, GTIS pursues the development of Class A distribution centers and last‐mile fulfillment centers primarily in São Paulo in areas with good transportation access to large population nodes and the highest efficiency standards.

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Residential

Over the last 15 years, GTIS has developed a range of affordable, middle-income and high-end residential properties primarily in São Paulo, where there is a deep demand base. Structural factors, such as strong population growth, continued urbanization, rising living standards and a large housing deficit contribute to demand for housing that is less sensitive to economic cycles and supported by affordable housing finance programs.

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Hotels

Within the hospitality sector, GTIS has focused its strategy primarily on acquiring and developing in locations that will benefit from future growth. GTIS believes that there are opportunities for redevelopment and rebranding existing hotels in the luxury hotel segment that benefit from international corporate travel demand, for which supply remains limited.

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