POLAND A minimum of PLN 400 mln in revenue is expected to be generated over the next five years from residential projects developed on plots purchased by the Murapol HRE FIZAN fund, which has just been launched.
The fund is planning to raise at least PLN 200 mln over the next two years, which will be invested in the purchase of plots for residential development. Murapol will manage their construction, while Abadon Real Estate Group will provide necessary resources and advice. Murapol HRE FIZAN’s investment strategy is to involve investors from the outset of the projects, meaning that they will participate in the purchase of land in cities with a minimum of 100,000 inhabitants. While Murapol develops the projects, Abadon will provide comprehensive services, i.e. advice on locating the plots, the legal and geological analysis, acquisition formalities, formal and legal procedures, their construction and commercialisation, as well as a post-sales service. “Our business model, which involves bringing together all the competences necessary for the implementation of residential projects within our structure, is the asset that Murapol will contribute to these projects. This significantly simplifies the execution process,” claims Michał Sapota, the CEO of Murapol. The Murapol HRE FIZAN fund itself will actually be involved in the construction of the development projects and will take a share in the profits from the outset. Along with Murapol, the entities involved in the organisation of the fund include Saturn TFI, which will be supervising the closed investment fund, and Murapol HRE, which will be managed by Joanna Sikorska. Each investment decision of the fund will be preceded by due diligence procedures and acceptance by investment committees set up by the companies.