Choose From Our High Yielding Property Bonds With Fixed Returns of 8-10% Per Annum Plus Profit Share

UK Secured Corporate Bond

The Bonds are secured by property in the United Kingdom. No off-plan developments and all tenanted buildings. 10% fixed per annum plus 30% profit share.

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Dutch Property Fund

Property fund in the Netherlands, established September 2016. Enjoy 8% fixed returns per annum plus 50% profit share and 50% of equity increase upon exit.

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Property Fund Germany

Fully asset backed property fund investing in German residential and commercial property. Fixed returns of 8% per annum, plus 30% profit share.

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About us

Max Property Group is an international syndicate of property professionals with over 20 years of local experience in property investing, rentals and fund management. Through careful analysis and due diligence research, a small selection of high-yielding investment products were developed with the intention of providing the main benefits of property portfolio ownership without many of its disadvantages.

Max Property's team is highly experienced in the investment and property markets, having developed, managed and marketed developments in various parts of the world. Each of the Max Property structures is established through a local SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) and with local Directors. Investors receive a fixed return annually, as well as a share of the profits or a bonus interest depending on the structure and jurisdiction. Quarterly management accounts and the annually audited accounts are provided to all investors for full transparency and control over their investment.

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Countries
3
€ Under Management
7500000
Average ROI
11
Existing tenants
150

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Investor Testimonials

“With banks paying so little interest at the moment we wanted to invest in property. As we have no experience with tenants and property management we decided to invest in Max Property Fund BV in the Netherlands. They are very friendly and have all the information about the company, team and security ready when asking for it. Great company.”

JB United Kingdom

Zeer tevreden met Max Property Fund, want het rendement wordt ieder kwartaal netjes op tijd betaald en ze zijn heel erg transparant over de gang van zaken en de informatie over de aangekochte panden. Waren alle fondsen maar zo toegankelijk.

GJ Nederland

“After a lot of research about the team and associated companies we decided to invest with Max Property and it has been an easy process. They pay the yields in time and provide you with all information as soon as you request something.”

SN Belgium

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Perfect Storm or Washout – Is Now a Good Time To Invest In UK Property?

Brexit & Risk You have to have a certain appetite for risk to be purchasing property in the UK amidst Brexit uncertainty and under the rule of a “weak” government, which does not have a clear majority in the house of commons.  These political factors indicate a potentially rocky future for the UK government, economy and general stability. There is a real risk to London’s high earning population, as several institutions such as Banks are moving their headquarters elsewhere. The London property market is slowing down as a result and prices are reducing overall in the City Centre[1]. This situation, however, presents certain opportunities that shrewd investors are taking advantage of. Weak Pound The Pound Sterling is very low; not historically low, but low nonetheless.  Therefore investing from outside the […]

Understanding MEES – a guide for landlords

In just a few months the minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) for commercially rented properties will come into force. From 1 April 2018, landlords of non-domestic private rented properties (including public sector landlords) may not grant a tenancy to new or existing tenants if their property has an EPC rating of band F or G (shown on a valid Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for the property). There is ample guidance on the internet about the legal requirements, allowable exceptions and assessing the risk to property portfolios. This article sets out to explain in non-technical terms the process by which the energy performance of a property is assessed and what the rating on the EPC means. It will advise on how to interpret the recommendations that accompany the EPC and to […]

Buy-to-let: how many properties do I need to own to set up as a company?

By Sam Meadows  The Telegraph Several key tax changes have hit buy-to-let investors’ profits.  The additional stamp duty surcharge of 3pc has made buying a property to rent more expensive at the purchasing stage, often to the tune of tens of thousands of pounds. And changes to tax relief, due to be fully phased in by 2020, are forcing many mortgaged landlords to adjust their expectations of returns. The stamp duty changes were introduced by former chancellor George Osborne last year and mean anyone purchasing an additional house above the value of £40,000, must pay 3pc on top of the stamp duty already levied. The phasing in of tax relief cuts, meanwhile, began in April. Before then, landlords could offset interest paid on a mortgage from their profits before tax calculations. Now tax relief […]

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