Funds Are Open
Humphreys Fund IV is currently open for investments from Qualified Purchasers. Our team is actively curating a portfolio of value-add and ground-up opportunities in our target markets like Dallas, Austin, Phoenix, Atlanta, and the Carolinas. We have delivered consistent returns to investors across our three previous funds, proven pandemic-era resiliency, and built an investment strategy with broad scalability.
Strong Returns In Raleigh
The commercial real estate market in Raleigh is stronger than the national average in retail, apartment, and office properties. The creation of many high-skill jobs has lifted incomes and fostered population growth, and corporations are moving into the metro. This makes Raleigh a lucrative market for Humphreys Capital to invest in.
HREIF will be making its third investment with a San Antonio based developer in the burgeoning submarket of Lower South End in Charlotte. “Southerly” at LoSo, will consist of 403 high-end multifamily units within a short light-rail ride to Charlotte’s South End, uptown, and central business districts.
Over the past six years, the Tryon and South Blvd corridor has matured into a magnet for millennial growth and seen the relocation of many major employers, as the desire for companies to attract its talent back into the office has been influenced by where the epicenters for food, beverage, experiential retail, and residential intersect.
On the value-add front, HREIF extended its Carolinas footprint while expanding one of its most trusted and successful partnerships by acquiring a 2001 vintage, 354-unit multifamily property in the epicenter of downtown Raleigh and Cary, North Carolina’s tremendous growth. Located at the intersection of I-40 and Cary Towne Boulevard, The Wesley’s direct access to multiple major transportation arteries offers top-tier connectivity to an attractive balance of diverse high-growth employment nodes and desirable lifestyle amenities within this commuter driven market.
Investing in Hospitality
At Humphreys Capital, one of the sectors we invest in is hospitality. Although it's not a large portion of our overall portfolio, it is an important one. In a post-pandemic era, the hotel industry is in a transitional phase that can create opportunities for hotel properties to rebuild occupancy rates from pandemic levels. HREIF’s strategy of working through best-in-class partners with specialized expertise enables us to seek unique hospitality investment opportunities that have the potential to enhance returns.
In this video, Todd Glass, senior managing director of investment relations, shares why the hospitality sector acts as an inflationary hedge.