Wide-ranging, in-house real estate expertise with an entrepreneurial mindset and institutional money-management discipline.
Who We Are
Managing San Francisco Bay Area mixed-use multifamily and retail property investments to higher value.
Veritas invests where its own employees live, work and play. The team works to create and foster strong, inclusive communities.
Veritas’ Industry-Leading Eviction Moratorium Highlights Resident Relief Efforts
San Francisco-based Veritas Investments, which manages about 6,900 units between Northern and Southern California, is taking extra steps to help keep its residents stably housed.
Prior to the recent extension of the federal nationwide eviction moratorium through the end of July and now the limited ban through Oct. 3 for areas with high or substantial transmission of COVID-19, the real estate management company had extended its own eviction moratorium through the end of the year.
Mask Donation Campaign from Veritas Staffer Tops 11,000, and Still Going
It started with an email after midnight, literally a stab in the dark to colleagues in his department. By 11am that morning, Dan Chung, a Vice President at Veritas Investments, had overrun his goal and it didn’t stop there. People were asking about the campaign so he widened the net to other staff.
“Hi Veritas Family, I started an initiative with the goal to purchase 10,000 surgical masks to be donated to local hospitals to help protect doctors and nurses as they treat patients infected with the coronavirus (COVID-19). …Please don’t feel obligated to make a contribution. For those interested in making a contribution, no matter how small, please email….”
San Francisco Secures Housing For Domestic Violence Victims During Pandemic
San Francisco officials say during the first week of the shelter in place, they saw a sharp increase in requests for domestic violence services only to see that drop off the next week.
Now the DA, along with the mayor’s office, has reached an agreement with real estate investment manager Veritas to provide 20 furnished apartments for survivors of domestic violence.
Veritas Donates Mosaic Bench to Rejuvenate Tenderloin Park
You don’t have to be in second grade to enjoy a San Francisco park.
That’s the message 150 laughing and scampering kids had March 2 for Mayor London Breed and other dignitaries who, having graduated from swings and slides, still enjoy a good urban play haven like the Turk-Hyde Mini Park, which reopened after an 11-month, $1.7 million makeover.
Renovations feature new playground equipment, landscaping, tables and a bold mosaic bench created by noted Berkeley artist Wilma Wyss and commissioned by Veritas Investments. The bench highlights native pollinators, butterflies and the plants that support them.