About Hartman

At a Glance

We are disciplined value-oriented and abide by our “Hartman Advantage” investment strategy

$800M

Total in portfolio assets 1

90

Properties acquired in 27 programs 1

39

Years of experience in commercial real estate investment offerings 1


Company History

Since 1983, Hartman has sponsored 27 real estate programs (3 publicly-offered, 21 privately offered and 3 DST’s offered) and acquired more than 90 commercial real estate properties representing nearly $800 million in transactional value, with each of those properties being acquired subject to our value-add investment strategy. 1

We have been acquiring and managing commercial real estate investments for over thirty-nine (39) years. The cornerstone of our investment strategy is our discipline in acquiring commercial properties that offer a blend of current and potential income, based on in-place occupancy plus significant potential for growth in income and value from re-tenanting, repositioning, redevelopment, and operational enhancement.

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Buildings pictured not owned or managed by Hartman or its affiliates.

1 The twenty-seven (27) programs affiliated with Hartman, over thirty-nine (39) years include: (i) Nineteen (19) private programs which have gone full cycle; (ii) Hartman XIX, a private program, closed to investors and currently operational; (iii) Hartman Commercial Properties REIT, a public program which went full cycle in 2012 and was under the sponsorship and control of Mr. Hartman from 1999 to 2006; (iv) Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX, Inc., a public non-traded REIT closed to investors and currently operational; (v) Hartman 3100 Weslayan, a private tenant-in-common program, closed to investors and currently operational; (vi) Two (2) Delaware Statutory Trusts, one of which is closed to new investments; and (vii) Hartman vREIT XXI, Inc. a public non-traded REIT effective as of June 24, 2016.  Dollar amount of portfolio assets based on independent evaluation, December, 31, 2021. Investors in vREIT XXI will not have an interest in or benefit from the results of prior programs. Past performance does not guarantee future results. You should not rely on any past performance as a guarantee of future investment performanc