For example, a Class C+ property has most of the characteristics of a Class C property, but also exhibits a few characteristics of a Class B property. While there may be some debate between classes in adjacent categories (e.g.,Class B versus Class C), there is no confusion between a Class A and a Class C asset. Class BThe next step down from Class A are the Class B assets. Residents of Class B properties are provided very nice living conditions similar to Class A without the expense. Ideally, we will find a Class C asset that is mismanaged in a Class B area.