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 ($1,000 equals one unit). A unit is a piece of property that entitles the unit holder to a specified portion of the income and capital of the Trust (as specified in the Trust Deed). The trustee then uses the funds within the trust to undertake the development on behalf of the unit holders.
Expected returns vary per Development based on our feasibility studies. Generally, our variable option targets returns of 30-40% over the Development duration. The exact return to Investors varies depending on the performance of the Development. This option is for investors seeking to gain the best returns possible. We also offer a fixed option which provides Investors a static return of up to 10% per annum regardless of Development performance. This option is perfect for clients who value security and peace of mind.
For investors and projects within Australia, we generally accept any investment over $250,000. The minimum amount may be adjusted at Management’s discretion. Each investor in a Development adds an administrative overhead. Restricting the total number of Investors in a Development reduces administrative work and costs which results in better returns to Investors.
No. You are investing capital into a Unit Trust and you receive returns proportional to the amount of money you invested. The land used for the development is owned by the Unit Trust and the completed properties are sold to purchasers. You do not receive ownership of any of the properties constructed by the Development unless you choose to a buy a property as a separate transaction.
Yes. Each Development has its own Unit Trust, and your capital is put 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 and our current availability.
Yes. SMSFs can be used to invest in Unit Trusts, and most of our Developments are structured as Unit Trusts. To ensure that your SMSF investment is compliant with ATO regulations, we recommend engaging the services of licensed professionals to assist if you have not already done so.
You will receive monthly updates specific to your investment via email from our Client Relationship Manager, Rebecca Tillison. We also have a invitation only Facebook Group for active investors only, where you can receive daily updates on all our developments with photos, videos, upcoming events and project launches. If you have any questions throughout your journey, Rebecca is your first point of contact and will be happy to assist you.
Our Investor community is a diverse group of Australian and international investors united by their need for a reliable investment model that provides them financial freedom and flexibility. At the start of 2019, our Investor community consists of over two hundred active investors.