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Become an Investor
Everything You Ever Accomplished Started With A "First Time"
At 0.75%, current interest rates are punishing savers as the Bank of England has to stabilise the economy, meaning that by leaving money in the bank people are actually losing out when each round of inflation is applied. Deas Properties is excited to find your next investment opportunity and help you to a bigger, better and brighter future.
How could we help?
Investment & Security
We are looking to purchase distressed properties, refurbish and then refinance or sell at the post works value as soon as it is viable. As we add value to the property this will in turn raise the investors level of protection as the money invested will be secured against an asset with a higher value than the original purchase price.
DONE UP VALUE
CURRENT MARKET VALUE
BELOW MARKET VALUE
Property Vs. The Bank
In the current economic climate, investments within UK bank accounts will be lucky to achieve in excess of a 1% return. Therefore your money will need to be working for a very long time without offering much reward.
Deas Properties can present investors with opportunities whereby rather than working hard for your money, your money is working hard for you.
CASH ISA (1.45%)
INVESTMENT @ 10% RETURN
Re-Payment Terms &
Return On Investment
There are two different methods for the Private Investment Client (PIC) to be repaid, each with its own percentage return on investment.
A: ROLLED UP REPAYMENT %/ANNUM
This is by far the most common form of repayment as it allows the borrower to deploy maximum capital and focus into the project, whilst the PIC receives the highest return on their capital deployed. All capital and interest is repaid to the borrower at the end of the loan term.
Suitable for investors preferring to roll up their capital and interest repayment in order to maximise their rate of return.
B: MONTHLY INTEREST - %/ANNUM
This secondary repayment method gives the PIC the opportunity to collect a regular income from the project in the form of a monthly interest payment, with their investment capital being repaid at the end of the loan term. Due to the increased cash flow outlay for the borrower, the rate of return that can be offered will be slightly lower than rolled up repayment returns.
Suitable for investors preferring to receive a regular monthly interest repayment, albeit at a slightly lower rate of return.
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