Investing In Property Bonds?
A bond is a formal structure by which the investment is facilitated – it is a short to medium term property investment opportunity.
In simple terms, investors buys bonds to provide funding to facilitate residential and supported housing property development projects.
Traditionally property development projects of this scale have been funded by banks and institutional investors, but now, thanks to the new and innovative bond structure ,smaller private investors have been offered the opportunity to invest in large scale projects in the UK housing market.
- Bond is secured by a debenture against company assets
- Income underpinned by Government Allowances
- A fixed return of upto 10%
- Established links within Supported Housing sector
- A UK based company focusing on UK based property
Income and Rental
The core rental element is underpinned by allowances guaranteed by the UK Government. The Underlying regulatory framework that governs the provision of means for tenants to pay rent and care costs (Housing Benefit, Disability Allowance and Mobility Allowance) means long-term financing is deemed to be highly correlated to UK Government Risk.
Supported Housing has all party support as it is far better socially and economically than institutional care.
The Homes and Communities Agency has the dual role of:
- Helping to create successful communities by making more homes and businesses available
- Regulating social housing providers (Registered Providers)
Regulating social housing providers is a key priority to ensure they are well managed and financially secure, so as to maintain investor confidence in the affordable housing sector.