Founded in 2012, Faropoint is a U.S. real estate investment firm that focuses on last mile industrial real estate
- Included in the top 20 industrial real estate owners in the U.S.
- Acquiring Urban Distribution Centers at high volume that are below the institutional radar due to size, placing us as one of the top buyers in our active markets
- Our proprietary data platform gives us a competitive edge enhancing our acquisition methodology
- Targeting markets with strong demographics, high rental growth and construction barriers
- Active in markets that are positively аffected by e-Commerce growth
- Portfolio composition with ~85% stabilized assets and ~15% with a value-add component
- Acquiring last mile individual warehouses and aggregating a portfolio of a sought after product.
- Benefiting from a significant portfolio premium at disposition to Institutional players
Unique Acquisition Strategy
Faropoint has been recognized as a leading buyer of small to medium last mile logistics assets with an average deal size of $5M and a 60K SQFT per asset.
Leveraging on our proprietary data software, we are able to create billions of dollars of pipeline and manage multiple deals simultaneously.
Paired with our pre-committed bank financing it allows us to close dozens of assets in a given year.
Gradual acquisitions allow the right mix of credit, lease terms and tenants’ industry diversification, creating an optimal risk-reward balance.
Proactive Asset Management
We, at Faropoint create an ecosystem among our tenants giving them a sense of community, providing market insights and teaming up with industry specialists.
We offer our tenants an opportunity to expand across other Faropoint markets to support their needs and business success.
We believe that being a proactive landlord results in a stronger long term relationship with our tenants.
Portfolio Premium Strategy
Smaller warehouses that are as close as possible to consumers are extremely valuable for e-commerce distribution networks.
Faropoint creates value by doing the work to put together warehouse portfolios large enough to interest the big players who due to deal size are not able to reach that product by themselves.
According to actual portfolio sales we are experiencing a significant cap rate compression on warehouses that are sold as a portfolio.