Opening the door to property investment opportunities usually reserved for the largest investors.
Uniting Property Investors And Entrepreneurs In A Unique Investment Model
A Community Of Property Investors
It’s an exit-oriented, private equity platform connecting its community with opportunities usually reserved for the largest property investors. The platform carefully vets and matches all property developers and property investors, giving peace of mind on both sides.
Its experience is backed up with numbers.
Since 2009, the management team has invested in more than 250 projects globally, including the US, Canada, Germany, Cyprus and Israel.
The total gross development value exceeds £1.5 billion.
The majority of the investments have produced annual returns of between 10 per cent and 20 per cent.
Years Of Property Investment Experience
In 2014, the members of the management team decided to combine their extensive experience in property, investments, law and politics into one company. Their goal was to make property investment simple, opening the door to investment opportunities usually reserved for the largest property investors.
For investor protection, the company is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Since 2014, the company has invested in more than 35 UK projects with an asset value in excess of £650 million.
How The Property Investment Works
You register as a property investor. You need to meet the same affluent criteria as the membership of SIPPclub, defining you as either a high net worth individual or a sophisticated investor. You can invest from £20,000 in vetted property opportunities that pass strict due diligence investigations.
You choose which property investment projects to support. You’ll review the range of property investments, choosing those based solely on your appetite for investment.
Each property investment in actively monitored. An Investor Relations Manager is assigned to you, to report and notify you throughout the lifecycle of the property investment. Real time information is also available on an online portal.
Developers initiate contact with the company. It performs thorough due diligence to ensure the developer’s goals align with those of the community for a productive business relationship. Each developer’s previous projects are fully assessed, referrals are obtained and the developer’s facilities are visited.
The company performs an assessment of the project’s quality and commercial feasibility in order to make a preliminary decision. Provisional Terms of Agreement are issued in accordance with the property investment strategy. At this stage, the developer must be in a position to purchase the property.
Full Due Diligence
Each project is unique and is therefore analysed on an individual basis to fully assess its feasibility. The company carries out highly rigorous, project specific due diligence in order to match the requirements of the different products, locations, markets and construction processes.
A final business plan is agreed upon which includes a final estimated sale value based on a reasonable current price, a construction budget, the schedule and a Joint Venture agreement. Exchange on the property then takes place and the company underwrites up to 90 per cent of the value of the total equity required. The developer will contribute the shortfall.
Presenting To Investors
The company distributes all available information on the project to its registered property investors. Investors decide whether to invest, and the equity raised is invested in the project.
The developer acts on the project in accordance with agreements made and purchases the property. The developer is liable to comply with the approved Business Plan, with penalties being imposed if there are delays or cost overruns.
The management team thoroughly and continuously monitors progress on the development and delivers regular reports to all property investors involved in the opportunity throughout the life cycle of the investment.
The typical duration of property investments is 18 to 36 months. Your initial investment and any profit are returned when the property is sold.
Property Investment Returns
Since 2009, the global community of property investors have exited more than 50 projects in the UK, Europe, US and Canada. The majority of the investments have produced annual returns of between 10 per cent and 20 per cent.
Although no investor has ever lost money, your capital is at risk and you may lose all of what you invest. Investments in property are not readily accessible and are therefore illiquid and not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
You can take advantage of this property investment opportunity with your cash, pension, company and trust money.
Whilst at least one SSAS provider has approved this property investment, and other SIPP and SSAS providers are currently undertaking due diligence, it’s likely only a few pension providers will approve it for reasons set out here, as this property investment is assessed by pension providers in a similar way.
Discover All About This Property Investment
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