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Will I be required to put in further capital?

Under no circumstances will investors be required to provide further capital.

Upfront costs are provided for during the initial funding of the shares or units. Ongoing costs are funded from the gross income and allocated funds.

In a situation where a cost arises that is greater than the gross income or allocated funds, and this has not been provided for as part of the initial funding, then Brickowner reserves the right to take out a loan to bridge the funding gap. The loan would be secured against the investment or underlying Special Purpose Vehicle holding the particular investment. This would then be paid back from subsequent gross rent or from the subsequent sale of the investment.

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