Before deciding to invest, one should consider if the opportunity is suitable for oneself and one’s personal financial position and circumstances as any investment involves a number of potential risks. Below is a summary of the major potential risks when investing in our opportunities:
If the relevant market drops, it may affect the investment’s ability to achieve the targeted performance or even fully recover the amount invested into those markets.
Interest rate risk
Interest rate movements may adversely affect the value of an investment in various ways. Rising interest rates will affect the amount of interest that we will be required to pay during the construction phase of a project, which may affect the profitability of that project.
Investors will be unable to withdraw their investments within a project until the end of the investment term which can be delayed due to a varying number of factors.
Stakeholders do not have direct control over the property development process or how capital within that project is used.
There is a risk that an investment’s operations may be negatively affected by changes to government policies and regulations.
The taxation treatment of an investment may reduce the returns received by an investor. Therefore, investors should obtain independent advice regarding the taxation implications of an investment in a project.
Changes to, or unforeseen environmental, archeological, and ethnographic conditions and requirements may impact the progress and costs of a project. This may result in reduced returns to investors.