Syndicate Investment Returns

investment property australiaPeet’s land syndicates have a solid record of performance. However, returns vary according to the performance of each development and a number of factors can impact the performance of the investment, particularly conditions in the property market at the time of development.

Peet endeavours to provide a forecast of future returns in our investment offer documents – however, this is not always possible for some longer-term projects where the development start date is not certain.

If we are unable to provide a forecast, prospective investors should refer to the benefits and risks associated with the project detailed in the offer document.

Peet Syndicate securityholders start to realise a return on their investments once profits emerge from the project. These profits are progressively returned to our securityholders in the form of distributions or dividends and continue until the final lots are settled and the syndicate is wound up. In the same way, capital is also returned progressively, as revenue, taxation and legislation permits.

Our syndicates typically suit those securityholders who have a medium to long-term horizon, and who enjoy watching their investment grow under the experienced and ethical management of an award-winning developer.

To find out more, register your interest or contact us.