Investing in Logistics Real Estate
Censuria has been in the real estate investment business since the late 1980s and having survived two major global economic crises in the past decades, we have had the opportunity of harvesting the long-term gains of good asset retention.
We invest into logistics real estate through a combination of direct investments and private equity fund. In terms of direct investments, Censuria has a controlling interest in an established property investment group that owns and manages real estate spanning an estimated 4.8 million square feet.
Moving forward, our goal is to expand our reach across the Southeast Asian market. This will empower our tenants to spread throughout the region as their businesses grow, and provide rewarding investment opportunities for our shareholders and/or fund investors to tap into.
200MFounder's Investment (MYR)
1.0BPrivate Equity Fund (MYR)
16.5%Founder's AUM (%)
At Censuria, we adopt an active approach when making investments which:
- Emphasize on well-located logistics real estate tenanted by logistics companies.
- Explore sale and leaseback opportunities with established logistics companies.
- Invest in logistics real estate with strong rental cash flow and good capital gain potential.
- Target to acquire distressed logistics real estate at a substantial discount and/or below their current market value.
- Grow our portfolio based on rigorous analyses of actual value and conservative projections of investment opportunities.
We follow core, core-plus, value-added and opportunistic strategies when making investments. We will invest 75% of our funds in core or core-plus logistics real estate, 15% in value-added logistics real estate and 10% in opportunistic logistics real estate.
75%Core & Core+
- Core logistics real estate are the bedrock of our portfolio. We use the most conservative leverage and invest in the least risky assets.
- Core-plus logistics real estate are similar to core, but not quite as high quality. The logistics real estate might be in the suburbs or secondary metropolitan areas.
- Value-added investments involve acquiring moderately distressed logistics real estate at a lower price, improve the assets and flip for a healthy profit.
- Opportunistic investments target vacant lands that have good potential for future logistics infrastructure development.
Censuria is a private equity management corporation registered with Securities Commission Malaysia under the Capital Markets and Services Act 2007. Registration No. C/A0003/PEMC/2020
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