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What criteria do properties have to meet to be selected?

The Company is seeking to acquire residential property to provide investors with regular and stable long-term quarterly dividends, as well as potential for capital growth over the medium and longer term. Regionally based assets will be acquired to create a portfolio of low-capital value, high-yielding, residential properties across England & Wales.

Target properties will have a Net Initial Yield (NIY) of 5%+. When purchasing small residential blocks, it is proposed that these properties will be bought at a discount to break-up value of up to 20%. Both existing residential stock and new build will be purchased, and in the vast majority of cases will be fully let and income producing.

Properties will be purchased in locations with known strong rental demand so voids can be minimised. Once purchased, a planned maintenance program will be put in place, if required, to maintain the buildings and individual properties contained within and to ensure that the properties achieve appropriate standards of modernity and desirability, reduce voids, and ensure the best possible rental levels relative to initial purchase price and ongoing expenditure.

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Risk Summary

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Due to the potential for losses, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) considers this investment to be high risk.

What are the key risks?

1. You could lose all the money you invest

• It is common for property funds to lose money over time.

2. You are unlikely to be protected if something goes wrong

• The business offering this investment is not regulated by the FCA. Protection from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) only considers claims against failed regulated firms. Learn more about FSCS protection here.

• The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) will not be able to consider complaints related to this firm. Learn more about FOS protection here.

3. You won't get your money back quickly

• Even if the fund you invest in is successful, it may take several years to get your money back. You are unlikely to be able to sell your investment early.

4. Don't put all your eggs in one basket

• Putting all your money into a single business or type of investment for example, is risky. Spreading your money across different investments makes you less dependent on any one to do well.

• A good rule of thumb is not to invest more than 10% of your money in high-risk investments. Learn more here.

5. The value of your investment can be reduced

• The percentage of the business that you own will decrease if the business issues more shares. This could mean that the value of your investment reduces, depending on how much the business grows. The fund is likely to issue multiple rounds of shares.

• These new shares could have additional rights that your shares don't have, such as the right to receive a fixed dividend, which could further reduce your chances of getting a return on your investment.

If you are interested in learning more about how to protect yourself, visit the FCA's website here.

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