Building houses and offices requires land that has been allocated for construction.

The property developer usually has to buy the land as there are few lessors other than municipalities and the state. A considerable amount of capital is tied up in land lots, which results in lower building capital and increased prices of finished apartments or offices.

When a land lot is leased, the price of the finished dwelling is cheaper, and the property developer can use the capital otherwise tied up in the land lot for other purposes. In that way, dwellings to be leased, for example, can be built more quickly.

A leased land lot offers opportunities to builders, buyers, tenants, society and investors alike. Property investment targets stable income, regardless of fluctuations in the stock market, and is an excellent way of diversifying an investment portfolio.

The idea of Taaleri Property Fund is to offer 100 % financing to property developers for land purchase and its partial redemption, and to offer its investors a low-risk investment with stable cash flow. The fund makes investments in Finnish land areas and properties enabling the construction of residential or office buildings.

The objective of the fund is to generate for investors as high a cash flow as possible by leasing the land areas it owns through long-term lease agreements, and to sell parts or parcels of the land it owns to tenants or otherwise on the property market, The fund can boost its leasing activity by using a moderate amount of debt financing.

Taaleri Property Fund was established in June 2015 and the last subscriptions were accepted in June 2016. The fund accumulated investment commitments worth approximately €54 million from a total of some 220 investors.

The fund has been closed and is no longer accepting new investors.

Portfolio Managers

Jan Hellman

Jan Hellman

Investment Manager
Helsinki
+358 44 544 4445
Anna  Kulkki

Anna Kulkki

Manager, Fund & Asset Management
Helsinki
+358 40 351 8536