A.R.T Rating

So this is how the Axis Reatly Trust rating works. There is a three letter code for 2 different dimensions. The first letter rates the projects value based on design, amenities, development team, as well as its competitive level, based on its positioning and pricing. The second letter rates the area or submarket based on key indicators such as supply levels, demography, income and employment. ,

Now there are three letters for each of the two dimensions, A, B and C, to express above average, average or below average. A project rated AA, will be considered a great project to be in a strong area, with top quality therefore outperforming its competitors and providing a good opportunity to the investor or buyer to outperform the market. Conversely a CC project would be located in a below average area, provide very basic attributes, and a poor competitive strength within its set, therefore having a higher risk and less performance capacity. In the middle of both a BB project with be an average project that should perform as the market does. There is a wide array of other combinations,. For example a BC, where an above average project on a B market can provide an A performance, if the developer is smart enough to provide a project that outperforms the value of its competition based on a below average area, providing tremendous value by triggering the revival such area with a cool offering. Another example would be BAC project where a developer proposes and average project on a great location.

So here are the ratings and the interpretation of each one:

AA. Leading project in strong submarket
AB. Leading project in average submarket
AC. Leading project in weak submarket
BA. Average project in strong submarket
BB. Average project in average submarket
BC. Average project in weak submarket
CA. Basic project in strong submarket
CB. Basic project in average submarket
CC. Basic project in weak submarket

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