Hearthstone Investments – A pioneer in UK suburban private rented housing

Hearthstone Investments pioneered institutional investing in UK suburban private rented housing. Our first fund launched in 2012 and across our funds and mandates we manage an income-generating portfolio of over 1,400 homes (and growing) across the UK

Environmental, Social, and Governance

Investing with Hearthstone helps accelarate the transition to net zero through our investments in homes with lower operational carbon footprint. Our investments also generate positive social impact through the provision of good quality and well maintained homes to residents on average incomes, including key workers.

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Hearthstone Residential Fund 1 (HRF1)

This closed-ended fund secured equity commitments of £200 million in 2019, with the backing of seven UK local government pension schemes.

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Hearthstone Residential Fund 2 (HRF2)

This closed ended fund had its final close in December 2021 at £152m and is now in its investment phase. As HRF1, it has an income as well as an IRR objective and is ungeared.

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TM Home Investor Fund

A unique fund – investing in suburban UK residential property since 2012 in an open-ended structure accessible to institutional and private investors.

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Hearthstone Investments has purchased a new scheme of zero carbon houses in Sittingbourne, Kent from PSP.
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Hearthstone Investments is pleased to confirm its membership of INREV.
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Hearthstone Investments has appointed Lydia Minto as Asset Manager following two other recent hires.
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Hearthstone Investments, the UK residential property fund manager, has appointed Jamie Jago to the board as a non-executive director.
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Hearthstone has been appointed by the Property Income Trust for Charities (PITCH), managed by Mayfair Capital Investment Management Ltd (MCIM), as advisor for its private residential property allocations.
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Good Homes Alliance aims to promote and encourage the building of quality sustainable homes and communities and to transform the whole of mainstream UK house building into a sustainable endeavour.
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