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Inland Venture Partners completed a $160-million capital raise for a fund focused on the acquisition and management of manufactured housing

Inland Venture Partners Completes $160M Capital Raise for Manufactured Housing Fund

Inland Venture Partners, LLC , the private equity real estate arm of Inland Real Estate Investment Corporation said that MH Ventures Fund II, Inc., a Delaware corporation that focuses on the acquisition and management of manufactured housing and recreational vehicle communities, has completed a $160-million capital raise.  

The offering was oversubscribed and is now closed. Fund II’s portfolio is currently comprised of 12 manufactured home and recreation vehicle communities, with 11 located in Florida and one located in California. 

“We are thrilled to close our second manufactured housing offering in just over two years,” said Rod Curtis, president of Inland Venture Partners. “These assets are well positioned for strong long-term performance due to favorable demographic demand drivers, desirable locations and limited competing housing options.” 

 Over the past four years, Inland Venture Partners has acquired 25 properties covering 2,400 manufactured home and recreation vehicle sites. 


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