Jump to content
Our Firm

Our Firm

News

  • Bascom Group Grows Its Southern Nevada Portfolio

    read more
  • The Bascom Group Acquires Apartment Community in Expanding Inland Empire Submarket

    read more
  • The Crowd: Philanthropists Have Their Day In The Sun

    read more
  • Bascom Group Buys 280-Unit Apartment Property in San Antonio

    read more

History

Bascom_Hall
Bascom Hill, Madison, Wisconsin

The Bascom Group (named after "Bascom Hill," upon which the University of Wisconsin Business Schools sits) was founded by three University of Wisconsin alumni, Derek Chen, Jerome Fink, and David Kim in 1996 in the midst of the savings and loan meltdown. Their initial business plan was to acquire and re-position 300 to 500 unit apartment buildings by implementing value-add renovations and community outreach programs. In 1996, the Bascom Group acquired their first property, a 58-unit property later called "Ontario Plaza." From there, they went on to develop into California, Arizona, Hawaii, the Pacific Northwest, Colorado, Utah, Texas and other select markets across the U.S.