WHAT IS A LOAN NOTE?
A property loan note investment is a financial instrument used to raise development capital for developers.
For investors loan note is an attractive way to invest in the buoyant UK property sector without the hassle of managing the property yourself –an opportunity usually only afforded to institutions.
Our Loan Note offering provides investors with a clear exit plan after just 12 months, a low entry level of £25,000 and high returns of 15% per annum.
79th Luxury Living was established to identify and deliver residential and commercial schemes in the United Kingdom, whilst simultaneously building a portfolio in rental strongholds throughout the country. With over 30 past projects, our team has a wealth of experience spanning almost three decades, giving the company expert knowledge within its field.
Current projects to date consist of multi-million pound luxury houses, to large residential and commercial regeneration projects. They are also very active in acquisition and sale of property, with strong relationships with banks, receivers and local agents. The company focuses on development and acquisition in areas of high rental yields creating projects attractive to landlords and investors.
BOND SUMMARY LOAN NOTE INVESTMENT:
- Instrument: Fixed Income Loan Note
- Base Currency: GBP
- Annual Interest: 15% Fixed returns
- Minimum Investment: £25,000
- Raise Amount: £2,500,000
- Interest Paid: Bi-AnnuallySecurity
- Trustee: Blue Water Capital Limited (FCA Regulated)
- Security: Debenture Over The Company Including Assets
- Term: 12 Months
WHY ARE WE LOOKING TO RAISE CAPITAL?
To remain innovative, 79th Luxury Living maintains a permanent cash balance to enable the company to move quickly when distressed properties become available across the UK.
We requireLoan Note Investors to provide further equity for the acquisition and development of sites that have been identified at a cost significantly lower than their market value.
Please send your enquiry via our contact page https://in-exfixturesltd.co.uk/contact/ alternatively via our contact form below.