Low interest rates and unchanging inflation rates mean that saving your money in a bank account is actually costing you buying power over time.
Each year that your money is left sitting in a bank account, you are losing 0.2% of your buying power.
Average annual rate of inflation over the last ten years.
Average annual interest rate offered in bank’s savings accounts.
This is the ‘coupon rate’: the amount of interest that bondholders will receive on an annual basis. Government bonds are generally considered the safest possible investment option.
This is an Index Fund of the 200 biggest companies on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX), managed by Standard & Poor’s. It is a commonly used indicator of the performance of blue-chip equities on the ASX.
This is the change in dwelling values according to CoreLogic’s 5 capital city aggregated figures. This figure is gross and does not account for the ongoing costs of owning a property, which reduce net returns.
Figures refer to FY19-20.
Some examples showcasing our typical investment options. Figures are indicative only, see each offer for specific performance targets.
Lion Property Group is the Promoter and Development Manager of various property development Trusts and Companies. We oversee the operation, investment decisions, management, and administration of each of these Trusts.
Our obligations are governed by each Trust’s Trust Deed, the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), general Trust law, and any other applicable laws.
Over the last few years, we have honed and revised our investment models based on the challenges we’ve encountered from practical experience in undertaking our developments. The result is two distinct models of investment structured to serve the needs of investors and the experience required for us to consistently achieve the targeted performance.
Since these projects had different investment durations, these figures show the annualized net return to investors of each project.
In our first year of operation, we paid out over $1.1 million in profit to investors in cash flow investments.
Capital invested in these opportunities is loaned to multiple property development Trusts via loan agreements. These construction loans are secured by registered mortgages against the projects. Investor returns are generated by the interest repayments that the borrowers make on the loaned capital.
Our Land Acquisition offers are generally structured as Unit Trusts, with investors receiving Units proportional to their investment.
Each property development project is linked to a unique Unit Trust. When you invest in an offer, your money is pooled together with other investor’s money in the relevant Trust and used as described in the Information Memorandum.
Any investment into a Trust cannot be withdrawn prior to the completion of the Investment Term.
Our Construction Funding offers are structured as private companies, with investors receiving shares proportional to their investment.
Each construction funding opportunity is linked to a unique private company. When you invest in an offer, your money is pooled together with other investor’s money in the relevant Company and used as described in the Information Memorandum.
As an investor, you acquire Shares in the Company that you have invested into. A Share represents a proportionate beneficial interest in the Company’s assets as a whole (but not to any particular assets). You can increase your investment by acquiring more units in the Company.
The price of a Share is fixed at $1,000.
Any investment into a Company cannot be withdrawn prior to the completion of the Investment Term.
The manner in which distributions are made differ for each Company. Please review the Information Memorandum for each Company to obtain this information.
Our Trusts and Companies aim to provide investors with exposure to property development projects and their revenue.
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