Frequently asked questions.

We have an entire page dedicated to this question: Lion’s Investment Structure

Each investment opportunity offers a different return to investors based on the feasibility study we have conducted for that project. Some projects feature contractually-fixed minimum returns, and some include delay compensation, providing investors with additional returns if the project runs over the listed investment term. Not all opportunities include these features, so carefully review each opportunity’s Information Memorandum and Investment Agreement to understand what is offered.

We accept any investment over $250,000. Smaller investments may be accepted at Management’s discretion based on availability within a project. The legal structure we use to undertake a project has a limit on the number of parties that may participate in the project, and so we may only accept a small number of investors who meet the capital requirements.

No. You are investing capital to fund a property development project and you receive returns upon completion. You do not receive ownership of any of the properties constructed in the project unless you choose to buy a property as a separate transaction. See ‘How are these investments structured?’ for more information.

Yes. Each project is an independent entity and is unrelated to any other projects currently being managed by Lion Property Group. Monies from one project are not used in other projects. You may invest in multiple investment opportunities depending on the amount of capital you have to invest and our current availability.

Yes. 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.

We provide our investors with regular updates on the progress of all projects via this website, direct email, and a private members’ Portal.

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.

We do, it’s just at a later stage of the project. Each of our development projects go through at least two phases of funding. The first phase occurs at the beginning of the project to fund land acquisition. The second occurs approximately half-way through the project to fund construction.

Hypothetically, the most cost-effective solution would be to acquire all of the funding required for the project from a lender, but this is unviable for two reasons. Firstly, lenders require a deposit before they release a loan, as lenders will only cover a percentage of the value of whatever they are financing. And secondly, using our own working capital as a deposit would restrict the total number of projects that we can simultaneously undergo, which limits the growth of our business and the number of investment opportunities available.

With these factors in mind, the most efficient and cost-effective way to fund a development project is to use investor capital to fund site acquisition and a construction loan from a bank or private lender to fund construction.

Access latest offer.

Includes offer overview, project overview, feasibility study, and more.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


Check out our latest offer.

All the information you need about our latest opportunity.
  • 12% per annum return
  • Distributions paid monthly
  • Capital secured against real estate
  • Bonus profit share upon completion
  • Targeted 36 month term
  • Pro rata returns if delayed