Buying property in New Zealand is now a lot more challenging than it was just a few years ago, which is why Erskine and Owen now offer syndication opportunities.
For NZ$50k (minimum) you will get exposure to a syndication offer that will be standalone dwellings on full site land parcels.
This allows shared ownership by pooling together with other investors to access property you couldn’t buy alone or may not want to.
For more information about this opportunity fill in the form at the bottom of the page to receive a comprehensive Information Memorandum.
Fill in the form at the bottom of the page to receive a comprehensive Information Memorandum with more information
Why E+O Property Syndication
- Offers the opportunity to gain access to the property market if you are currently unable to invest.
- Exposure to the property market with sensible leverage.
- Access to potentially higher-value and higher growth freehold property.
- Potential risk mitigation: with maximum funding of 50%, the bank will not require personal guarantees and has recourse only to the property. *
- Leverage Erskine + Owen’s considerable buying experience.
Why Hawkes Bay
Hawkes Bay’s regional economy in 2018 experienced steady growth over the previous year. Economic activity in the region (and nationally too) has fluctuated considerably over the long term. However, the Hawkes Bay area has recorded generally positive growth throughout the last ten plus years. The rate of growth weakened significantly over 2008/2009 before recovering noticeably overall, since then. The Hawkes Bay region is also set to receive a $1.19 billion investment boost from the government’s He Poutama Rangatahi (HPR) and the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF). HPR’s focus is on reducing youth unemployment, while the PGF is a $1 billion per annum New Zealand wide investment over three years to ensure that regional NZ thrives through productive, sustainable economic growth. In Hawkes Bay, this funding will go towards supporting a development case for a Hawkes Bay Food Innovation Hub intended to support the invocation of new facilities and industries that would provide opportunities for iwi investment and employment.
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