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Hamptons International launches residential property fund


Hamptons International has launched a residential property fund called Nanofunds.

It is Hamptons’ first ever fund offering and comes to the market in collaboration with Bmor and Consortium Investment Management.

Nanofunds are a series of small individual funds each with a maximum equitable value of GBP2m.
Hamptons International will initially give investors the opportunity to invest in either a two-year development fund or a five-year growth fund. The two-year development fund invests in land and provides a fixed return of 15 per cent per annum. The five-year growth fund invests in property and offers an uncapped return of 10 per cent per annum.

Nanofunds accepts a minimum investment of GBP20,000 and will look to raise a maximum of GBP2m before closing.
Matthew Tack, director of global investment, Hamptons International, says: “Nanofunds offer the perfect opportunity to take out a small protected stake in the property market with the reassurance that Hamptons International has intimate knowledge of the London and South Eastern marketplace. A lot of big funds might buy 100 flats in one building, which is great because it gives you buying power, but it doesn’t give you the flexibility to exit that building quickly when you need to.”

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