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|Charter Hall's Direct Industrial Fund No.4 (DIF4) scored Lonsec's top rating. The independent research house rated DIF4 as Highly Recommended, noting its portfolio was 100% occupied by "high-quality tenants" and was well positioned in terms of future ...|
|Charter Hall has launched its fourth Direct Industrial Fund. The new fund will invest in 27 high quality industrial properties with an aggregate occupation of 99.8%. Current gross assets represent $84 million, but Charter Hall intends to push that to ...|
|... Hall's unlisted managed funds, the Core Plus Industrial Fund (CPIF), Core Logistics Partnership (CLP) and Direct Industrial Fund No.3 (DIF3). Settlement of the acquisitions has or will occur prior to 30 September 2015. Charter Hall joint managing director ...|
|... property fund manager's specialist product indicate. Charter Hall has announced that it has closed its Direct Industrial Fund No.2 (DIF2) more than a year ahead of schedule after raising $135 million in 10 months. DIF2 was launched in December 2012 in ...|
|... class assets," Stacker told Financial Standard . Charter Hall has been able to see this trend through a Direct Industrial Fund (DIF) launched in 2011, as well as on DIF2, released on December 2012. The property fund manager raised $120 million in equities ...|
|... Victoria. The fund's target is $350 million before it closes in December 2013. The property group also has a Direct Industrial Fund which now has $110 million worth of property assets, including a $15 million Australia Post distribution center in Kingsgrove ...|
|... returns of 11.1 per cent over a ten-year period. Charter Hall has also lined up a fourth asset for its Direct Industrial Fund, which it hopes to finalise this month.|
|Charter Hall increased assets for the new Direct Industrial Fund (DIF) to $70 million - only four months after the fund's launch - through a major property deal. DIF has now acquired a new distribution facility in Kingsgrove, New South Wales and a third ...|
|... executive officer of Charter Hall Direct Property said they launched the Charter Hall Direct Property Direct Industrial Fund (DIF) in July in response to demand from advisers looking for simple products that deliver consistent returns.|
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