Investing carries the risk of fluctuations in the current value of the invested amount and the returns thereon, and the return on the amount originally invested is not guaranteed. The objectives of the investment policy of investment funds may not be achieved despite the use of professional care. Before any investment in investment funds, it is desirable to read the prospectus, key investor information and the half-yearly and annual management report. Neither the current nor the advertised return (HB Reavis Real Estate Investment Fund, sub-fund HBR CE REIF) is a guarantee of future return. More information here: https://cereif.hbreavis.com/en/legal-information/.
HB Reavis CE REIF is an open-end real estate investment fund with an optimal, 4 to 7-year recommended holding period and with an average annualised total return of around 8%. The Fund´s investment approach is to follow the “core/core+” strategy of only investing in standing, income-generating commercial properties in Pan-European countries that consistently meet the expectations of investors. The Fund uses synergies with HB Reavis, which is a leading international workspace and shopping mall provider active in United Kingdom, Germany and Central Europe.
|Period||Total Return p.a.||NAV Growth p.a.||Dividend Yield p.a.|
|Since Launch to January 31, 2023||9,66%|
|Last 12 months||8,80%||2,60%||6,20%|
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HB Reavis Real Estate Investment Management was founded in 2011 with the vision of becoming the leading active real estate fund manager focused on delivering exceptional long-term investment returns and superior client service for investors seeking exposure to commercial real estate in Europe.
The business capitalises on its asset management capabilities and the 29-year track record of its 100% parent, HB Reavis, a leading European real estate developer in the industry. With a heritage in real estate, HB Reavis Investment Management builds long-lasting partnerships that consistently meet the expectations of investors.