NexPoint Real Estate Strategies Fund (“NRES” or the “Fund”) is a closed-end interval fund designed to take a differentiated strategy, pursuing its investment objective by investing, under normal circumstances, at least 80% of its assets in real estate and real estate related securities.
The Fund seeks long-term total return, with an emphasis on current income, by primarily investing in a broad range of real estate-related debt, equity and preferred equity investments across multiple real estate sectors.
NexPoint’s Real Estate Experience
NRES is sponsored by NexPoint Advisors, L.P (“NexPoint” or “Advisor”). NexPoint, a leading alternative investment advisor, is part of a multibillion investment platform and manages a suite of products that provide access to differentiated investment opportunities. The Advisor’s management team has extensive real estate experience, having completed more than $9.7 billion of real estate acquisitions since the beginning of 2012. In April 2015, an affiliate of the Advisor completed a public listing of its value-add multifamily portfolio under the ticker symbol “NXRT” on the New York Stock Exchange
NexPoint Securities, Inc., member FINRA, is the dealer manager for the NexPoint Real Estate Strategies Fund offering.
An investment in the Fund is subject to fees and expenses. You should read the prospectus carefully to fully understand the objectives, risks, sales charges, and fees and expenses before investing or sending money.
Fund Filings, Forms, and Literature
Record Date: 9/28/2020
Payable Date: 9/30/2020
Distributions are not guaranteed and may be suspended, modified or terminated at the discretion of the board of directors. The distribution is calculated by taking the sum of a fund’s total trailing 12-month interest and dividend payments divided by the last month’s ending share price (NAV) plus any capital gains distributed over the same period. The distribution may include a return of capital. Please refer to the 19A Source of Distribution notices that provide estimated amounts and sources of the fund's distributions, which should not be relied upon for tax reporting purposes.