Silver Bay Realty Trust Corp. is a newly organized Maryland
corporation focused on the acquisition, renovation, leasing and management of single-family
properties for rental income and long-term capital appreciation. We generate virtually
all of our revenue by leasing our portfolio of single-family properties and, from
this revenue, expect to pay the operating costs associated with our business and
any distributions to our stockholders. Our principal objective is to generate attractive
risk-adjusted returns for our stockholders over the long term, primarily through
dividends and secondarily through capital appreciation. We seek to establish a reputation
as a good landlord to our tenants and a good neighbor in the communities where we
operate. We believe that we can achieve economies of scale and develop a valuable
consumer brand and that we are well positioned to be a market-leading firm in the
single-family rental industry. Silver Bay is headquartered in Plymouth, Minnesota
and has elected to be taxed as a REIT for U.S. federal tax purposes.
Silver Bay Realty Trust Corp. is a member of the National
Rental Home Council (NRHC). The NRHC is a non-partisan organization dedicated to
advocating on behalf of the single-family rental industry. The NRHC seeks to educate
the public, the media and policymakers about the economic value of the industry
and the benefits of large-scale, well-managed single-family rental housing platforms.
Click here to gain access to the NRHC website.
The NRHC and Green Street Advisors’
Advisory and Consulting Group published an in-depth primer on the single-family
(SFR) rental industry that, for the first time, details the investment thesis behind
the institutional SFR business. The new white paper will provide potential investors
and other interested parties insights into this growing market and an explanation
of the relevant measures that are important for SFR investment. Click here for access
to the white paper that is available on the NRHC website.
As of January 1, 0001
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