Walton Launches U.S. Residential Growth Fund Based on the High Demand for Land


CORPORATE RELEASE – Walton has launched a new business line called the U.S. Residential Growth Fund that aims to support the escalating need for land by U.S. homebuilders while offering registered investment advisors, institutional and family office investors across the country an opportunity to participate in the current growth of the U.S. residential home market.
The U.S. Residential Growth Fund is expected to allow Walton to acquire land in major growth markets throughout the country in collaboration with public homebuilding partners to utilize for their future development pipeline. Walton expects to hold the land in the Fund for an estimated 2 to 3 years before executing a phased takedown strategy with homebuilding partners; investors are only expected to receive distributions as homes are built and sold, and capital appreciation in the fund, if any, is realized.     
“Our new U.S. fund strategy was developed to be a win-win proposition for all involved,” said Bill Doherty, CEO of Walton.” We are seeing an incredible demand for housing right now that is rapidly depleting homebuilders’ future land inventories. This is leading homebuilders to seek out partnerships with premier land companies, like Walton, to provide continuity to their pipelines and get more new homes in the marketplace as fast as possible. Our new fund is intended to help homebuilders execute their business plans while intending to provide our investors with attractive returns.”  
Walton will utilize the organization’s 42 years of experience in land research and acquisition strategies to choose attractive properties for the Fund and leverage its established relationships with best-in-class homebuilders for development. U.S. investors interested in capitalizing on the increasing demand for residential housing across the nation may benefit by having access to the anticipated portfolio diversification as well as the objective of capital preservation and future cash flow that Walton’s U.S. Residential Growth Fund is anticipated to deliver.         

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