5 Year Review

5 Year Review

Property Plus International : A 5-Year Review

When Property Plus International was launched in 2017 the event grabbed serious attention. Respected property guru Jelle Elkerbout stood tall and unveiled the highest security property based platform in the business. A knee jerk reaction to the current wild profit making promises by sales companies selling anything now a-days from a cigar to a sheep. 

How safe? On the back of the highly successful Nest Developer services that made handsome profits for its European investors. Property Plus focused on the Asia Market where fund security is less known or given. Property Plus has voluntarily set the gold standard that other less funded companies would shudder to follow.

The parent company is fully certified by the UK’s Companies House as a 1GBP Limited Loss company. There’s not a single regulator in Asia outside of Australia that accommodates LLC’s let alone insists on them. Both the company and the assets are secured in a trust that the investors control as Shareholding Subscribers. 

Mr. Elkerbout has taken full opportunity to what the GFC and COVID has unveiled as the best repossessed real estate opportunities in modern times. And knew the public were now returning to the tried and tested real estate market where everyone feels safe. It seems to have been perfect timing.

Experienced and non-experienced investors alike have flocked to the fund. Sending the initial private offer share value soaring from $28,000 SGD to $58,800 SGD in its first five years. Its buy-in minimum is now $588,000 SGD. While not even a deposit on a good private condo in the garden state of Singapore, its sufficient to have seen initial investors build $300,000 SGD in equity in the funds first 60 months. A 20.1% p.a. average growth. Far better than the funds minimum target of simply exceeding 8% yearly. And right there is the reason the fund has doubled. That back door entry into the repossessed market is not easy to enter but for those that can it’s a winner every time.

The costs and benefits of the fund are as follows. Investors will need to accommodate a 3% RIET fee into their investment budget. This buys the expertise of an Administrator company that reports directly to the investors where together they control the funds exit based on a 200% growth factor from the repossessed price. Small price to pay for control considering the average Asian RIET fee is 11%. Of course, anyone that knows property law knows UK law is the most consumer protective law. Lending a Delfy Corporate Risk Report for Fairoak Trust of a perfect 100 after 27 years of successful asset services.

In return the administrative company collect rent from the public which is disbursed via the trust upon maturity. During the term agents are known to rent investor rights and are audited to be returning 4.3 to 9.2% p.a.

While some wealth management and insurance companies have access to Property Plus, Paramount Strategies Pte Ltd in the Republic of Singapore remains the main Asian marketer whom itself is no stranger to global markets. With commercial, branded property investments listed on the New York stock exchange returning 8% p.a. and a buy back scheme. They too certainly command respect.

Source: PropertyRPG

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