Philadelphia March 28, 2020 – Huma Holding, a Philadelphia Private Equity Firm with $1.9M in AUM (“Assets Under Management”), today has announced the development of a Fixed Income Real Estate Firm. The newly developed firm will be a subsidiary of the company and will acquire the name, Huma Realty Investments.
Huma Holding seeks to diversify its investments through Real Estate Apartments and Health-Care. The firm will express these investments using Real Estate Investment Trust; REIT. The asset class was selected based on the observation of risk in the current market condition.
Business Investor, Mr. Orane Carby said: “With all that is happening around us, we have to reconsider how we approach risk investing in commercial Real Estate.”
REITs reduce risk exposure acquired through debt, investor, operation and tenant obligation whilst providing the luxury of being a part-owner of the properties; distributing positive returns via dividends.
“This represents everything Huma stands for; positive cash flow at minimal risk” – Mr. Orane Carby added.
Huma Holding sees the current market condition as an opportunity to buy undervalued Real Estate securities and has commenced registry procedures and research.
About Huma Holding
Huma Holding is a value-orientated Private Equity Firm involved in business mergers and acquisitions. We seek to enhance business performance to create positive economic impact and create value for our investors, portfolio companies and society through innovation, efficient management, and awareness.
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Except for the historical information contained herein, the matters discussed are forward-looking statements. These statements involve risks and uncertainties, such as the completion of this development and other risks and uncertainties associated with business startup programs. There can be no assurance that this business will be developed and the investments will occur. These risks and uncertainties could cause actual results to differ materially from any forward-looking statements made herein and therefore should not be taken as set statements.