• The CMCC Capital Funds are a group of privately managed real estate funds focused on investing in Canadian Urban Real Estate in the country's major markets. Established in 2011, the Funds have invested in over 25 projects totalling over $150 million in invested equity.  

  • The largest investment in Fund II included the purchase of the York Downs Golf Course with the intention to convert the lands to single-family residential homes. The property is projected to yield over 2,000 homes on 310 developable acres. The lands were purchased with a consortium of equity partners who will split the lands, as per the subdivision plans, following rezoning approval. The investment is projected to produce an annualized yield in excess of 25%.

  • Fund III included an investment in a high rise condo development located in Liberty Village. At inception, the site was zoning approved for 240k sq. ft., which was subsequently increased to 311k sq. ft., improving the expected return on the project. Presently, the project is 100% pre-sold with a projected annualized yield of 33%. 

  • One of the largest projects in Fund II included an investment in an 8.80 acre site located 200 meters from the Scarborough City Centre. The development plan is comprised of over 1.7 million sq. ft. of residential in a mix of high, mid and low rise built forms. The project is currently amid the rezoning process and an approval is expected in late 2018, at which point sales will commence on the first phase. The investment is projected to return an annualized yield of over 30%. 

  • About CMCC Capital Fund

    The CMCC Capital Funds are a group of privately managed real estate funds focused on investing in Canadian urban real estate in the Country’s major markets. To date, the fund has focused its investments in the Toronto & Vancouver market, where the Fund Manager, Canadian Mortgage Capital Corporation ("CMCC"),has long term developer relationships and local market expertise. With eight business development staff in four offices across Canada, all with over 10 years’ experience in the industry, CMCC is uniquely positioned to source high quality equity investments.

    CMCC has sourced and syndicated over $250 million in joint venture and mezzanine investments since 2001. This includes three pooled limited partnership funds aggregating $160 million in committed capital across 28 investments. The most recent fund, Fund III, is solely managed by CMCC with the two prior funds co-managed with Dream Unlimited. Fund I, which is fully repaid, yielded an internal rate of return of more than 22%, net of all management fees and Fund expenses. Fund II, which is fully committed and fully deployed in its fourth year of operation, is forecasted to yield greater than 20%, net of all management fees and expenses. Fund III is presently 74% committed and 49% deployed and is forecasted to yield greater than 20%, net of fees and expenses. A summary of these investments can be viewed in each Fund tab.

    Why Invest with CMCC Capital Fund?

    The CMCC Capital Fund intends to focus its investment activities where the Manager has local operations and where we feel the real estate markets are strongest at the present. Compelling reasons to invest:

    • Long track record of successful investments in residential and commercial real estate.
    • Ability to capitalize on established client relationships.
    • Significant financial commitment of the Fund Sponsor.
    • Investments will be restricted to major metropolitan centres.
    • CMCC has four offices across Canada and a local presence in all of the target markets, a unique attribute among real estate equity funds in Canada.
    • Local presence gives the Fund an advantage to quickly identify and source the most attractive opportunities in those markets.

    The Fund Sponsor

    The Fund Sponsor, Canadian Mortgage Capital Corporation is a major mortgage brokerage company with well-established lending and mortgage servicing operations in Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary  & Vancouver. The two largest offices are in Toronto and Vancouver. Most of CMCC’s business revolves around three activities:

    1. (i) managing a $560+ million non-bank lender, Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation (TSX:AI),
    2. (ii) originating and managing mezzanine and equity investments, and
    3. (iii) mortgage servicing and administration for institutional and non-bank lenders.

    Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation, a national non-bank lender, has assets of approximately $560 million and is traded on the TSX under the symbol ‘AI’. Atrium was founded 15 years ago and has grown steadily throughout its history. The company has consistently generated dividends to its shareholders of 8.5% to 10% per annum. Since its inception, Atrium has funded more than $1 billion of real estate loans and has had only $700k of interest losses (7 basis points) and no losses of principal. In 2012, Atrium went public with a listing on the TSX. Since then, it has raised approximately $290 million of equity and convertible debentures.

    CMCC has in-depth expertise in structuring mezzanine financing and joint ventures, and has cultivated long-term relationships with top developers and real estate investors. CMCC has always had a loyal investor group that have funded more than $200 million of mezzanine and equity loans in the past 10-15 years. In most cases, CMCC or its principals have invested in the project with the investor group. The internal rates of return from these investments have averaged more than 18%-20% per annum, with no investment resulting in a loss of principal. These impressive results are based on a philosophy to only invest in markets where CMCC has local knowledge, to underwrite transactions conservatively, and to mitigate as much risk as possible.

    Five of the Managing Directors at CMCC each have more than 25 years of lending experience and have long established developer relationships. Most of CMCC’s Managing Directors have also previously held senior positions at major financial institutions.

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