HJ Collection is a professionally managed developer and property bond with expertise in Permitted Development rights. Over the past eight years, HJ Collection CEO Reece Mennie has worked with several quality property developers providing a lending facility of more than £100m.
Establishing close working relationships with a select group of property developers has not only provided a unique insight into sourcing top locations for new sites but also, an understanding on what will provide investors with maximum security and optimum returns.
HJ Collection is in its second year of this property bond and it already contains four assets under construction and held as security. Annual interest payments have been paid to investors at 10 and 12% in 2020. One development is due to complete in the next 2 months and 2 more developments are to be added to the fund in Q1 2021.
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FIXED INTEREST RATE
AUTOMATIC EXIT AT MATURITY
DIVERSIFICATION: SELECTION OF EXPERIENCED DEVELOPERS
NO STAMP DUTY FEE APPLICABLE TO INVESTOR
EXPERTS IN PERMITTED DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS SCHEME
“HJ Collection is set to revolutionise not only the development sector but also the property bond market, by introducing a managed portfolio comprising of multiple developers, with vast worldwide investor support.”
• 20% Income option 24 months
• 24% Growth option 24 months
• Proven Track Record
• 1st Legal Charge Security
• Low entry level
Loan Notes allow investors to benefit from the strength of the UK’s property market – but investing with smaller amounts. While traditional buy-to-let investment affords investors the chance to seek out greater returns by capitalizing on below market value assets, favourable lending rates, and continuing undersupply, the rate of return remains uncertain. By comparison, Loan Note Investments offer a fixed rate of return, agreed via contract prior to the investment being made.
For example, Empire Property provided investors with a fixed return starting from 10%, plus annual bonuses, for the length of the investment term – 27.2% returns paid out. Unlike many traditional property investments, Loan Notes are also able to provide a clear and predetermined exit strategy for investors. As they are not dependent on the ongoing sale of a property, the execution of a developer call option, or even the construction of an asset, investors enter a Loan Note Investment with a certainty of when the investment term will end – and more importantly, at which points they can exercise their right to exit the investment.