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Investors via Balmain Private’s digital platform have rushed to a recently offered Trinity Point Drive investment, with the investment fully subscribed within 4 hours of being listed on the platform.
The investment forecasts a 9.15% annual return for a term of 18 months with a Loan to Value ratio (LVR) of 43%, with distributions paid monthly.
The $700 billion in Australian Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF) is increasingly limited for choice when it comes to property and real estate investment exposure. Major banks such as Westpac and Commonwealth Bank have recently announced lending restrictions to SMSF’s for property in the wake of the ongoing APRA lending restrictions and Royal Commission.
“124 investors took up the $6million syndicated offering at Trinity Point Drive at a minimum investment of $10,000’. Says Balmain’s Head of Distribution Tom Sherston. “We find this entry amount offers investors via the Balmain Private Platform opportunity to enjoy good diversification.”
“Once investors have opened an account on line via the on-line Balmain Private platform they are free to choose the range of high-quality investments on the platform, with frequent new investment deals loaded to the platform”.
The Trinity Point estate is a 190 lot residential subdivision encompassing 23 hectares located on Bluff Point in Morisset. Once fully complete, the master plan estate will comprise of a 188 berth marina (completed), 250 residential apartments, a 200 seat restaurant and bar, café and a 65 room 5 star hotel.
The estate has been developed over 10 stages, with Stages 1 - 4 completed and sold pre-GFC and Stages 5 - 10 progressively completed over the last 18 months.
The Borrower Group is one of the largest private residential land developers in NSW controlling 2,500 lots with government approval in varying stage of completion.
“We are confident in the long-term residential outlook in Australia based on growth and migration levels”.
Home loan approvals have fallen significantly off the back of the APRA and the Royal Commission initiatives together with new Responsible Lending Criteria. The ABS recently reported that home loan approvals have fallen by 13.6% year on year and within that, investment loans have come back by c.20%
Off the back of successfully settling a $48m syndicated first mortgage for a residential apartment development in Sans Souci just weeks ago, Sydney-based real estate investment manager Centennial Property Group (CPG) opened a new fund with a focus on the industrial and logistics market, Centennial Industrial and Logistics Fund II (CIL II). The fund, available only to wholesale and private high net worth investors, opened on 1 November and was seeking to raise c. $38 million. CPG closed the fund less than two weeks later, well before the official close date, due to oversubscription.
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