Our Mission

What We're About

Eller Capital Partners is a real estate private equity firm focused exclusively on multifamily assets in growing regions of the Southeastern U.S. Since 2007, Eller has acquired and enhanced approximately $400 million worth of well-located, underperforming properties, applying a vertically integrated, value-added approach that has generated an investor net IRR of 28%.Eller Capital executes a full service, vertically integrated investment management platform that addresses all stages of the investment cycle, from acquisition to disposition. By leveraging the expertise of its leadership team, Eller maintains complete, real-time knowledge of property operations and asset value, which leads to faster decision-making and optimization of value. Eller Capital seeks to acquire assets in which it can add value, often by executing renovations, improving amenities, developing the property, or generating additional sources of income. The firm is skilled in identifying properties with underperforming characteristics that present opportunities to optimize value through physical improvements or better operational execution. To date, Eller Capital has invested in 3,500 apartment units across 22 transactions and managed renovation projects ranging from $1,000 to more than $45,000 per unit. 

Eller Capital Employees

Meet Our Team

Benjamin Edell
Director, Property Management

Benjamin Edell joined Eller Residential in 2014 and currently serves as the Director of Property Management.  His responsibilities include oversight of all management operations, ranging from coordination of major construction/renovation projects, oversight and implementation of technology systems, development of company policies and procedures and oversight of on-site management.

Mr. Edell has over 18 years of property management experience.  Prior to joining Eller Residential, Mr. Edell spent ten years with Riverstone Residential Group, serving in a variety of different roles.

Mr. Edell earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Duke University in 2003.