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FAQs

How do you calculate net income, returns or yield?

The calculation for net income or capital returns differ as capital returns are worked out against the net profits generated from the sale proceeds of a property development whereas the income is determined by the net income generated by an income producing asset.

Before investing into a property, the feasibility study will detail how the net profits are determined including the deduction of corporation tax. These are further supported by information contained within the investment memorandums.

Net income or capital returns represent the figure that is paid back to you as an investor (based on your shareholding percentage amount). They will be shown with all fees, costs and expenses deducted.

At the end of the investment term, should there be a change in market conditions, investors (in the role of shareholders) will vote upon the next move with matters requiring consent being 81% of all shareholders.

We only show projected net figures because we don’t want there to be any hidden costs. This transparency is crucial as our commitment to investors is to provide security, control and accessibility.

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