Property Bonds: Why Invest?

What is a property bond? 

Real estate bonds, also known as real estate investment bonds, are a means by which developers  raise funds from investors in the form of loans. The intention is to fund the project in the early stages of development. A bond  is usually a legally binding contract between an investor and a developer. The investor’s capital is provided as a loan to the development company, and the contract between them describes how the investment will be used, the interest to be paid on the investment, how the capital will be obtained, and when the investment will be returned to the investor. From an investor’s point of view, the attraction lies in the higher fixed annual interest rates, often backed by certificates and collateral on the property  to aid in financing.

 How do property bonds work? 

Any company can issue bonds as a means of financing. Real estate bonds are typically issued by real estate developers or construction companies to finance real estate developments. 

 Property or land is collateralized as legal collateral after issuance of bonds to protect investors’ capital from losses. These fees provide collateral and security to the investor and are recorded in the  title of the land register. 

 Interest is paid to the borrower (investor) according to the terms of the contract (usually 25 years), after which  the bond expires and the loan amount is returned. 

 What is property payment? 


Brings greater security when liability is applied to  property bonds. This allows the investor’s capital to be returned even in the event of  default and the developer’s failure to meet its obligations as expected. This is done by collateralizing assets and loans that will be sold to return the investor’s capital in  the worst case scenario. 

If the bond is legally liable, investors may feel more comfortable investing their money given that level of collateral. Bond issuers generally have the right to forfeit development or other assets that are collateralized to protect investors’ capital. 

 In essence, this type of fee is very similar and works exactly as expected when applying for a home mortgage  for example.

What if the development company goes bankrupt? 

All real estate bonds worth investing in constitute an asset-liability ratio in such a way that they cover the liabilities. In other words, the assets used as collateral in the event of  default by the development company are sold to repay the investor’s capital. These measures ensure that once invested capital is protected. 

 Why don’t developers get loans from banks? 

Most developers get loans from banks and other financial institutions, but for large development projects, banks may not be able to provide all the money they need. 

 There remains a significant gap to fill as traditional finance provides 50-75% of the required investment, and this is where real estate bonds can be a useful tool to raise the remaining necessary capital. 

Using private equity for development projects gives real estate companies access to more money, allowing them to undertake ambitious projects and ultimately make more money.

What makes real estate bonds a desirable investment?

 There are several factors that make real estate bonds attractive to investors. Some of these factors are: 

Fixed interest rate :- Real estate bonds usually have a fixed  annual interest rate for a fixed period. The amount to be paid is usually a regular income payment or a lump sum payment at the end of an agreed investment period. 

Asset-Backed Investments :-Investors often look for options where their capital is protected, and investments based on real estate and land are considered  the safest options available. 

Flexible Shutdown Options :- Early termination options are usually offered to investors under collateral agreements. This early termination “clause” allows the investor to terminate the contract before the expiration of the termination period, thereby giving the investor early access to capital. However, the use of this early termination clause  often means that an investor must forego payment of maturity interest.

convenience factor :-  Investing in real estate bonds is a much simpler and less hassle-free process compared to standard real estate investing. 

If you are planning to invest in real estate for profit, there are many things  to consider before entering the UK real estate market. Some  factors that are commonly considered when investing directly in the real estate market are parliamentary and rental issues associated with real estate agents, stamp duty, insurance premiums, and maintenance costs.

The Real Estate Bond offers a much easier option for investors, similar to stocks and stocks, but with much less volatility and greater security. They allow investors to pay more attention to simply investing their capital and making a profit. 

Are Real Estate Bonds Safe? 


 The main risk factors when investing in real estate bonds are the history, reliability and terms offered by a particular vendor. 

 You need to look for real estate collateral from a reputable company with a proven track record of paying investors quickly, delivering successful projects on budget, and offering legal collateral fees. 

 Here at Business Expert, we have established ourselves as an alternative financial trading provider by partnering with some of the UK’s best companies that we personally screened. The same due diligence applies to our asset receivables and asset management solutions. Our partners currently have the strongest development results in the business, investing over $1 billion in construction projects. They have  legal security asset fees to make sure your investment is safe.

Advantages :

  •  Today’s volatility and risk is less than that of stocks and equities. 
  •  They give you the relative certainty of paying twice a year and paying a fixed amount at the end of the period. 
  •  Interest  can be much higher than traditional dividends. 
  •  Asset-based security is provided. 
  •  Investors have the legal right to claim  physical security provided by the lender in case of default. 
  •  It provides diversification for investors with multiple assets. 

 Fault :

  •  Investments cannot be repaid before the agreed period. 
  •  Currently not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Are real estate guarantees right for you?  

If you are looking for a way to generate passive income from an investment that pays regular and attractive  interest then this could be a good choice for you. If you are looking for an investment to protect your capital, protect it from assets, then a covered bond could be the ideal opportunity for you. 

 As one of the best ways to generate substantial returns, real estate bonds can be a very attractive investment opportunity for any individual investor, connoisseur, individual with any potential net worth. 

 We recommend that you  always seek professional financial advice before investing in any type of investment. 

 How to invest?

 The Business Specialist is now offering investors the opportunity to purchase an excellent real estate bond  that offers a 12% annual savings yield, with bonuses for longer-term investments. 

However, we do require that you fall into one of the following three categories to qualify: 

 High net worth individuals

 You will need to confirm that you: 

  • have a net income of over £100,000 or; 
  • have a net worth above this of £250,000, excluding retirement assets and private residences. 

 Certified Sophisticated Investor 

 You will need to confirm that you are already one of the following: 

  • A director of a limited liability company with a turnover of at least £1 million in the last two years; 
  • You have made multiple investments in an unlisted limited liability company in the past two years; 
  • Member of a network or association of business angels for at least 6 months; 
  • Have worked for the last two years in a professional capacity in  private equity  or SME financing.

Self-certified informed investor

 You will need to certify that you are a natural person who has signed a certificate within the past 12 months, confirming that you will not invest more than 10% of your net worth in non-realizable securities. 

 Contact us… 

 If anything on this page interests you and you are considering investing in real estate bonds and would like more information, please  contact us and we will be happy to guide you through your options. your pick, so you have a better understanding of what to do next.

by Rachel Buscall

by Rachel Buscall

Co-Founder & Managing Director at New Capital Link. Having started her career in the financial sector, Rachel demonstrated a natural flair for entrepreneurship.

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

What are the key risks?

1. You could lose all the money you invest

If the business offering this investment fails, there is a high risk that you will lose all your money. Businesses like this often fail as they usually use risky investment strategies. 

Advertised rates of return aren’t guaranteed. This is not a savings account. If the issuer doesn’t pay you back as agreed, you could earn less money than expected or nothing at all. A higher advertised rate of return means a higher risk of losing your money. If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.

These investments are sometimes held in an Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA). While any potential gains from your investment will be tax free, you can still lose all your money. An IFISA does not reduce the risk of the investment or protect you from losses.

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. or

Protection from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), in relation to claims against failed regulated firms, does not cover poor investment performance. Try the FSCS investment protection checker here.

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) will not be able to consider complaints related to this firm or Protection from the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) does not cover poor investment performance. If you have a complaint against an FCA-regulated firm, FOS may be able to consider it. Learn more about FOS protection here.

3. You are unlikely to get your money back quickly

This type of business could face cash-flow problems that delay interest payments. It could also fail altogether and be unable to repay investors their money. 

You are unlikely to be able to cash in your investment early by selling it. You are usually locked in until the business has paid you back over the period agreed. In the rare circumstances where it is possible to sell your investment in a ‘secondary market’, you may not find a buyer at the price you are willing to sell.

4. This is a complex investment

This investment has a complex structure based on other risky investments. A business that raises money like this lends it to, or invests it in, other businesses or property. This makes it difficult for the investor to know where their money is going.

This makes it difficult to predict how risky the investment is, but it will most likely be high.

You may wish to get financial advice before deciding to invest.

5. 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.

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

For further information about minibonds, visit the FCA’s website here.