Established in 1977, Heathley has established and managed over 50 investment funds for its Investors.
The operating objectives set for the Company in 1977 remain today - we are focused on maintaining a relationship with every Investor which is based on discretion, a high level of due diligence, exemplary service, with implicit trust.
Heathley's standards are upheld to the level our investors expect.
Heathley is a market leading healthcare real estate fund manager with over 40 years’ experience managing money for wealthy individuals, families and institutions.
Heathley continues to leverage its depth of knowledge, relationships and skill set in health and aged care property sector to drive attractive, consistent and reliable income and the potential for enhanced capital growth for its investors.
We have extensive experience in funds management, property and banking. This includes the assessment of passive and development property investment opportunities, and the establishment of investment funds and property finance.More
June 2018 Heathley has partnered with renewable energy operator Solar Bay to deploy solar energy across its healthcare property portfolio. Conscious of the responsibility of property owners to improve their green footprint, along with the effect of rising electricity prices for its clients, Heathley has: Partnered with Solar Bay Solar Bay is a disruptor in […]
We wish to advise of the change of external auditor for Heathley Limited and its controlled entities which include: Heathley Asset Management Limited Heathley Investments Pty Limited Heathley Investor Services Pty Limited Heathley Property Services Pty Limited Heathley Nominees Pty Limited Heathley Developments Limited Heathley Funds Distribution Limited Heathley Asset Management Nominees 1 Pty Limited […]
March 2018 Heathley Aged Care Property Fund No. 1 (HACPF1) has recently acquired the 49-bed Tuohy Nursing Home in Midland, Perth and six surrounding properties. Heathley has partnered with Hall and Prior to collectively fund the redevelopment of the property into a new ~120-bed residential aged care facility. In an asset class that is difficult […]