You could lose all your money invested in this product.
This is a high-risk investment and is much riskier than a savings account.
ISA eligibility does not guarantee returns or protect you from losses.

New Project Launch: Propiteer Planning & Development Limited

The Offer:

Our Planning and Development SPV has been designed to be a dynamic funding solution to acquire assets and to give investors opportunities right at the start of projects.

 

Objective:

Secure the purchase of the site, create architectural drawings, achieve planning permission and begin phased construction planning.

• Structure: 12-month income generating corporate bond, with an asset-backed parental guarantee
 Exits: Multiple exit strategies; 90-day redemption, fixed exit at 12 months
• Current Asset Portfolio: In excess of £70 million

 

Log in to Propiteer using your membership number to access the properties pages and find out more.

Contact your Relationship Manager or email info@propiteer.com to register your interest.

 

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Risk Warning: Your capital is at risk. The value of your investment may go up as well as down. Past performance does not indicate future performance. There is no right for compensation in respect of poor investment performance and your investment is not covered by the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) or any other compensation scheme. Propiteer Limited does not provide any advice in relation to the investment opportunities promoted via its website or publications. Propiteer Limited is an Appointed Representative (FRN: 787500) of Met Facilities LLP. Met Facilities LLP which is authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority) FRN: 587084).
Real estate property values may go up for down and there are various reasons why the value of a property may decrease. Past performance of a property is not a reliable indicator of future valuations or income streams. Any future downturn in the real estate market generally or changes to local environmental circumstances such as weather conditions, natural disaster, planning permission decisions, or local demand, etc. could have an adverse effect on the value of any investment you make, meaning that you may receive lower returns that you expected or potentially no returns at all. You should make sure you have considered this risk from the outset.
The investments described herein are generally illiquid. This means that once you have committed your money it could be difficult for you to exit your investment and get your money back at a time that suits you.
You must ensure that you are aware of your tax obligations or any related risks that might apply to you as a result of any investment made by you. We encourage you to consult with appropriately qualified tax professionals regarding your tax circumstances.
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