Home REIT plans to acquire and create a portfolio of homeless accommodation across the UK, let on long-term index-linked leases and delivering a much-needed positive social impact.
The company will target inflation-protected income and capital returns through investment in a diversified portfolio of homeless accommodation assets, let or pre-let to registered charities or housing associations that receive housing benefit from local or central government. It will aim to achieve a total shareholder return of 7.5% per annum over the medium term.

Home REIT will seek to add crucial high-quality fit-for-purpose accommodation and offer a sustainable cost-effective solution to local authorities, all of which have a statutory duty to house people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.

Home REIT is targeting a yield of 5.5% on the initial issue price, to be paid quarterly, with the potential to grow this in absolute terms. The company’s dividend yield target is expected to be underpinned by secure and long-term lease agreements, funded ultimately by central government, which incorporate regular inflation-linked upward only rental growth. This enables Home REIT to offer a low-risk, inflation protected income stream to investors.

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