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Frequently Asked Questions
  • How is this development structured?
    When an investor invests into one of our developments, they are investing into a Unit Trust that has been created specifically for that development. Each investor in the trust receives units proportional to the amount of capital they invest.
  • What is the minimum investment amount?
    For projects within Australia, we generally accept any investment over $100,000. The minimum amount may sometimes be adjusted at Management’s discretion depending on projects.
  • How is my investment capital secured?
    The largest protection offered to investors by our Unit Trust structure is that an investor’s capital is secured against the land that is purchased by the Unit Trust. The Unit Trust owns the land, and the unit holders are entitled to a portion of the trust’s assets based on the number of Units they hold. Another protection is that a trustee owes a duty of care to unit holders and beneficiaries within the Unit Trust and the unit deed mandates that the trustee acts in the best interests of the unit holders and beneficiaries at all times.
  • Is my investment linked to a single Development?
    Yes. Each Development has its own Unit Trust structure and your investment capital is invested into the Unit Trust. Monies from one Development are not used in other Developments. You may invest in multiple Developments depending on the amount of capital you have to invest.
  • Do your development projects require pre-sales?
    Pre-sales are certainly helpful and we will endeavour to sell the properties off the plan as soon as possible, but they are not essential to obtain the funding required to complete the development. Funding for construction is obtained via a loan from a bank or other private lenders.
  • What happens if the development is delayed?
    All investments have an element of risk; for property development one of these risks is the possibility of the project being delayed beyond our control. We cannot fully avoid the possibility of a Development running over schedule as some factors (such as Council approval and construction) are outside of our direct control. However, this is where our experience and strategies for de-risking the project come into play. Our practical experience from managing several Developments so far has taught us realistic timeframes for each stage of the development as well as likely obstacles that may arise. We also utilise the services of trusted external experts such as town planners and construction managers to assist where required and provide realistic professional timeframes. We also provide our Investors with regular updates on the progress of all Developments via email. In the event that a Development is delayed we will endeavour to provide an equivalent return for the extended duration so that an Investor’s annualised ROI remains the same.
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