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A fixed rate of 12% simple interest per year with Interest payable at the end of the term.



Loan Note backed by three levels of security collateral

Both Seed Capital and Returns are fully Secured

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Similar to the crowd funding model, we have a limited number of opportunities for private individuals to assist in our success through 2020. We are offering £2.5 million of property loan notes with each note maturing two years from issue and paying a fixed yield of 12% simple interest per annum secured with Industry leading terms.

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Loan Note - A Form of Promissory Agreement - Investopedia

A loan note is an extended form of generic 'I Owe You' (IOU) document from one party to another. It enables a payee (borrower) to receive payments from a lender, possibly with an interest rate attached (more...)

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Loan Notes are unregulated, non-readily realisable, non-transferable securities. Investors should be aware that past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance or returns and it is possible that they may not get back their entire original investment. Prospective investors are strongly advised to seek independent financial advice from an authorised person who specialises in advising on non-readily realisable securities. Tax treatment is dependent on investor circumstances and these are subject to change. Investors are advised to seek appropriate tax advice to clarify their position.

Non-readily realisable investments are unregulated securities, not authorised under the Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 (FSMA). Such securities may not be subject to the rules and regulations made under the FSMA for the protection of investors. Compensation may not be available under the UK Financial Compensation Scheme in the event of a default in respect of your investment.