Listed Closed End Fund
A closed-end fund is a pooled investment fund similar to a mutual fund, with a manager overseeing the portfolio. It raises a fixed amount of capital through an initial public offering (IPO) and is then structured, listed and traded like a stock. The NexPoint closed-end fund invests primarily in below investment grade debt, equity securities and real estate and has the ability to hedge risk. Click on the link below to learn more about the closed-end NexPoint Strategic Opportunities Fund, advised by NexPoint Advisors, L.P.
A real estate investment trust (REITs) allows investors to pool their money to invest in a collection of real estate assets and properties. Investors can choose between public and private REITs. The publicly-traded NexPoint REIT is focused on the acquisition, asset management, and disposition of multifamily assets – primarily class A and B multifamily properties – in the Southeast United States and Texas. Click on the link below to learn more about the NexPoint Residential Trust (“NXRT”) REIT, externally advised by NexPoint Real Estate Advisors, L.P.
An interval fund is a type of investment company that is legally classified as a closed-end fund, but is different from traditional closed-end funds in that their shares typically do not trade on the secondary market and they are permitted to continuously offer their shares at a price based on the Fund’s net asset value. NexPoint Real Estate Strategies Fund seeks long-term total return, with an emphasis on current income, by primarily investing in a broad range of real estate-related debt, equity and preferred equity investments across multiple real estate sectors. Click on the link below to learn about the NexPoint Real Estate Strategies interval fund, advised by NexPoint Advisors, L.P.
NexPoint Healthcare Opportunities Fund seeks total return consisting of current income and longer-term capital appreciation by primarily investing in equity and debt healthcare securities. Click on the link below to learn about the NexPoint Healthcare Opportunities interval fund, advised by NexPoint Advisors, L.P.
A Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) investment, offered as replacement property, can be used by accredited investors seeking to defer their capital gains through the use of a 1031 tax deferred exchange. Our DST property ownership structure allows investors to own a fractional interest in large, institutional quality and professionally managed property along with other investors, not as limited partners, but as individual owners within a Trust.
A business development company (“BDC”) provides a source of capital to America’s middle market companies. BDCs were created by Congress in 1980 as a means to provide smaller U.S. businesses access to capital and allow average investors the opportunity to invest in private companies, enabling further diversification similar to that sought by large institutional investors. Significant lenders to U.S. “middle market” companies with revenue between $50M and $2.5B, BDCs are required to distribute at least 90% of all taxable income back to investors. Click on the link below to learn more about the healthcare-focused NexPoint Capital, Inc. BDC that closed to new investors on February 14, 2018.