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Our Core Mission

Our mission is to provide investors with the highest possible returns consistent with the preservation of their capital, through strictly vetted investments in safe, clean, well-located housing priced within reach of the typical hard-working American family.

To achieve our mission, we:


Perform thoughtful and forward-looking market analysis, rigorous due diligence, and conservative underwriting, and we invest only in quality assets in strong areas.

Best Value

Provide our tenants with the best possible value for their rent money: a clean, safe, and pleasant environment in which they can be proud to live.


Maintain the highest reputation for integrity and professionalism with all stakeholders – investors, lenders, tenants, and the communities where we invest.

Best People

Work with the best people as partners and employees. Act as good stewards of the properties we own for the communities we invest in.


Jonathan D. Twombly

Mr. Twombly is President and Managing Member of Two Bridges Asset Management LLC. Before founding Two Bridges, he was a partner in the real estate investment firm TRB Investment Group LLC. He began his career as a lawyer and spent over a decade practicing in American Lawyer Top 100 firms, where he focused on real estate and hospitality matters.

Mr. Twombly holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard College and a law degree from Columbia University School of Law. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of the Harvard Alumni Real Estate Organization, Inc., a non-profit.

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