Wählen Sie aus unseren Immobilienanleihen mit festen Renditen von 8-10% pro Annum plus Gewinnbeteiligung

Anleihe Vereinigtes Königreich

Gesichert durch Immobilien in Großbritannien. Nur Rendite Objekten und Mehrfamilienhauses. Feste Rendite von 10% pro Jahr plus 30% Gewinnbeteiligung.

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Niederländische Immobilienfonds

Immobilienfonds in den Niederlanden. Gegründet September 2016. Genießen Sie von 8% feste Rendite pro Jahr plus 50% Gewinnbeteiligung beim Austritt.

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Immobilienfond Deutschland

Wir investieren nur in vermietete Rendite Objekten und Mehrfamilienhauses. Fest Rendite von 8% pro Jahr, plus 30% Gewinnbeteiligung.

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Über uns

Max Property Group ist ein internationales Konsortium von Immobilienfachkräften mit über 20 Jahren Erfahrung in der Immobilieninvestition, Vermietung und Fondsmanagement. Durch sorgfältige Analyse und Due-Diligence-Forschung wurde eine kleine Auswahl an hochleistungsfähigen Anlageprodukten entwickelt, mit der Absicht, die Hauptvorteile des Eigentumseigentums ohne viele ihrer Nachteile zu bieten.

Das Team von Max Property ist in den Investment- und Immobilienmärkten sehr erfahren, hat Entwicklungen in verschiedenen Teilen der Welt entwickelt, verwaltet und vermarktet.
Jede der Max Property Strukturen wird durch eine lokale SPV (Special Purpose Vehicle) und mit lokalen Direktoren eingerichtet. Die Anleger erhalten jährlich eine feste Rendite sowie einen Anteil der Gewinne oder ein Bonuszins je nach Struktur und Gerichtsstand.

Quartals-Management-Konten und die jährlich geprüften Konten werden allen Anlegern für volle Transparenz und Kontrolle über ihre Investition zur Verfügung gestellt.

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Investoren Bewertungen

“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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