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If property prices rise, you make money. Any gains qualify for the £11,300 UK tax-free capital gains allowance each year.
Capital at risk. The value of your investment can go down as well as up. Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance. Gross rent and dividends may be lower than estimated. 5 yearly exit protection or exit on platform subject to price & demand.
Property Partner residential market index (Land registry, ONS) FTSE all share index, FTSE RUSSELL UK govt 5 yr bond yield: 5 year Nominal Par Yield at March 1996, March 2001, March 2006 & March 2011 (compiled by Bank of England) Cash savings: Average household deposits with banks and building societies, (compiled by bank of England)
No one ever said ‘safe as the stock market’. Residential property is a lower risk and less volatile investment, but still shows the highest reward of the major asset classes. This graph shows average annual returns over the past twenty years. There has been no five-year period showing negative total returns since 1973.Start Investing
Invest in residential properties. A one-off 2% fee on initial investment.
Earn a total current estimated return of -.-% a year (rental income + increase in value). Accurate as at
Dividends paid to date
Withdraw capital returns by offering your investment for sale at any time, or exit at market value after five years. It's 0% to sell, the proceeds are yours.
Shares sold on resale
** Capital at risk. The value of your investment can go down as well as up. Forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance. Gross rent and dividends may be lower than estimated. 5 yearly exit protection or exit on platform subject to price & demand.
All our properties are hand picked by our Director of Property, Robert Weaver, formerly Global Director of Residential Property at RBS, Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and a member of the residential committee of the British Property Federation.
When choosing property, we seek out growth opportunities - which are represented by our property investment themes. We always look for a good balance between monthly income from rent, and the potential for returns from movements in the property market.
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“A combination of trading platform and property management company”
“It works by identifying locations and individual properties that are likely to be attractive to investors...”
“Investors take a share in... properties and receive an income from rent... Now, this is a big market”
Your investments are ring-fenced and separated from the assets and liabilities of Property Partner
Each property investment is structured through a Special Purpose Vehicle that is separately ring-fenced from the assets and liabilities of Property Partner, as well as any other property investments on the platform. If Property Partner were to fall into financial distress, an alternative manager could be appointed to continue management of your investments.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) protects the funds in your Property Partner account
The funds in your Property Partner account that are not invested in properties are held on trust in a segregated client monies account at Barclays Bank. This is a separate bank account that is ring-fenced from the monies of Property Partner. Because of the segregated nature of your account it’s unlikely you would need additional protection. However, in the event that you are unable to recover your funds, you are also protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), to a limit of £85,000 (bank default) or £50,000 (Property Partner default). Funds invested in properties are not protected by the FSCS. More information about the FSCS can be found on the FSCS website.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) authorises and regulates Property Partner
The FCA is the body that regulates the conduct of the financial services industry in the UK. Its explicit aims include protecting consumers and upholding the integrity of the market. The FCA supervises and monitors our conduct on an ongoing basis. Our Financial Services reference number is 613499 and our registration details can be found on the FCA's Financial Services Register.