Property Bond FAQs

Detailed below, you will find answers to a series of frequently asked questions about property bonds for UK investors. For more information on how to find the best property bonds at home and abroad or to discuss the potential benefits of investing in property bonds in more detail, contact a member of the team at UK Finance Group today.

Do UK Finance Group Charge Brokerage Fees?

No – the services we provide are 100% free of charge to the customer. You will not be charged for using our services.

Who Can Invest in Property Bonds?

Property investment bonds are an attractive and potentially profitable investment vehicle for experienced investors and high net-worth individuals.

Ideally, you should have extensive knowledge of the real estate market, along with suitable experience in similar kinds of investments.

However, high net-worth individuals who lack prior investment experience may find property bonds a more amicable investment vehicle than traditional stocks and shares. In terms of predictability, security and low volatility, property bonds are often preferable among investors with a relatively low risk appetite.

How to Get Started with Property Bonds?

Book your obligation-free consultation with a member of the team at UK Finance Group, during which we will establish your suitability for property bond investments and discuss the available options. Call anytime or send us an e-mail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Is it Possible to Invest in Property Bonds as a Business?

You can invest in property bonds as an individual investor or as a business as preferred.

Are Property Bonds Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority?

At present, the FCA does not regulate any types of property bonds, which are therefore excluded entirely from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). There is a degree of risk involved with all types of investments and property bonds are no exception.

However, risks can be reduced by exclusively targeting investments where the entirety of your capital is covered by the value of the assets (security) providedby the borrower. This constitutes an invaluable insurance policy, which typically is not available with any other conventional investment vehicle.

What if the Borrower Declares Insolvency?

If a property bond is not secured with an appropriate property or asset, the investor could face heavy losses – perhaps all the capital invested. However, this is a risk that can be augmented by investing in property bonds where adequate security is provided to cover the costs of the investment.

Nevertheless, it is advisable to carefully assess the track record, credibility, reputation, and financial position of the borrower, before agreeing to finance any property development project.

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