PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT

Become an armchair property developer through top property development syndicate opportunities for property investors.

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PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

Our property syndicate program gives clients the opportunity to become armchair property developers by including them in high-quality, boutique opportunities throughout Australia. Think luxury property development, but without all the unnecessary bells and whistles.

Property development and investment can be highly rewarding, but going it alone, without the necessary tools and knowledge is high risk. A development is a substantial undertaking, especially for a novice developer. Without a fully formed understanding of town planning, the construction process and the marketing of real estate projects, first-time developers risk investing in a project that isn’t profitable.

Through our property syndicate program, investors can access properties in prime locations that they otherwise would not be able to afford. Moreover, investors can leverage off our knowledge and development track record – receiving the financial benefits without the hidden costs.

With the backing of a well-established property development fund, we can make property development investment easy for you. Join our property development syndicate today to learn more!

FAQs

What is a Property Syndicate?

A property syndicate involves numerous investors collating their capital to invest in a property that they may otherwise not be able to afford on their own. Should the syndicate choose to sell, the profits are split based on their contribution to the initial pool. The same applies to the costs and fees should they wish to develop.

What Does a Property Developer Do?

A property developer is responsible for the building or renovation of a property which is then sold for either residential or commercial purposes.

How Do Property Trusts Work?

A Property Trust enables a person to own assets on behalf of someone else or a group of people. The trustee is the person that owns or controls the asset, while the beneficiaries of the trust are the person(s) for whom the asset (e.g. a property) is owned.

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