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Chris De Celle | Multifamily Investment Expert

Chris De Celle is a multiple Emmy award winner, most recently for producing the 2012 summer Olympics for the first time in 3D. Chris is a multifaceted director, producer, and writer with over 20 years of experience in entertainment, sports and business.

Chris has worked on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, NBC Studios, Olympics, NFL, NBA, MLB and the Golf Channel. He has produced for the Oscar’s, Emmy’s and Golden Globes. De Celle is the founder and CEO of 3D HD Gear which has supplied professional video, audio, fiber systems and computer networking.

Chris has invested in multiple multifamily deals as both a General and Limited partner across Texas, Georgia and Florida. He brings a breadth of experience to construction, project management and capital raising.

Chris grew up in Saugerties, NY as the tenth of twelve children and currently resides in Los Angeles and San Diego with his wife Michelle.



// Why should you invest in Multifamily Real Estate?

Multifamily real estate has consistently ranked as the   top asset class for protecting & growing wealth.

Multifamily has long been the leader in providing strong and consistent returns to investors cycle after cycle. For over a 25 year period, multifamily real estate has brought investors the highest risk-adjusted annual returns in the commercial real estate sector.

Additionally, multifamily real estate has experienced the lowest levels of overall volatility making it a great investment vehicle for capital preservation and above-average returns.

It is no secret that the tax benefits of real estate are astounding. A tool utilized by the truly wealthy for quite some time, real estate – in particular, multifamily offers investors the ability to shelter their income through depreciation, the ability to leverage and gain staggering appreciation, and provides investors with the ability to roll your earnings pre-tax into future like-kind investments.

Perks of Multifamily Investing

Baby Boomers Seeking Hassle-Free Lifestyles

 We’re in the midst of a major shift in the baby boomer generation. A growing number of baby boomers are choosing to rent versus purchase.

Many are being draw in to renting not because they have difficulty purchasing, but because the right multifamily property can offer a more “hands off” lifestyle.

This hassle-free living can be complete with amenity rich surroundings, both of which greatly appeal to this demographic.

Workforce Housing Will Increase In Demand

Although workforce housing can and does include families earning anywhere from 60% to 120% of their area’s median income, workforce housing generally refers to multifamily properties for middle-income households.

Also called the “bread & butter” housing, these properties are typically Class B or in some instances, upgraded Class C assets.

They may not quite have all the luxurious amenities one would find in higher-end complexes, however they target a price point in which the majority are comfortable.

Lifespan of Lease Agreements

 Unlike many other sectors within real estate, multifamily allows for shorter-term leases. This makes multifamily apartment investing enticing, as shorter-term leases allow for quick adjustments during changing market conditions.

An example would be, increasing rent quickly due to market demands or inflation.

About the investment property.

Lakewood Apartments in Texas City, TX is located within the Houston MSA. The asset is a short drive to both downtown Houston and is within 30 minutes of William P. Hobby International Airport.

The Property is well-located near major employment centers (Lyndon B Johnson NASA Space center, Landry's headquarters, Valero, Moody's National Bank, University of Texas Medical Branch, College of the Mainland) and sits within a short 5- minute drive to Chick Fil A, Starbucks and HEB.


  • Cedar accent walls and balcony wrapping throughout the property
  • Landscaping enhancements
  • Updated Signage
  • Exterior lighting package
  • Amenity improvements to increase resident retention with opening up pool and BBQ area
  • Dumpster enclosures
  • Installing Washers & Dryers in the newly built laundry and storage facility


  • 60% of units unrenovated
  • Two-tone neutral paint
  • Grey vinyl plank flooring
  • Brush nickel hardware
  • Kitchen backsplashes
  • Faux stainless steel appliances
  • New countertops
  • Low flow toilets


Minimum Investment


Cash on Cash

4-6 Years


Home Across America - 2022

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