Our International Commercial Investments

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There is continual growth of investment opportunities in the marketplace with a varying set of risks.

Long or short term will give you changeable degrees of flexibility, the longer the investment you choose, the better the returns tend to be. Some investments come with a guarantee of returns, others don’t. It’s up to the individual to consider all variables; their circumstances, the level of investment and the types of risks they can afford to take, before agreeing on any investment.

Although there is a wide range of choice, investment opportunities continue to expand, but the fundamental characteristics remain.

The Exit Strategy, Property Investment

12 Month Property Investment with 15% Contracted Returns and 100% Capital Repayment

Investment Opportunity in Airport Car Parking

Invest in long-stay airport parking spaces close to Glasgow Airport.

CS4 Fund Investment

ICI are pleased to announce the launch of phase four of the project.

Manchester Residential Developer

Transforming old office buildings into energy efficient, low-carbon emitting apartments.

Student Accommodation

Purchase student property of a level of quality not seen before.

Invest in German Property

Purchase German Listed Buildings in prime locations.

Convent Hotel and Live Lounge

The Old Convent, a Spectacular Grade II Listed building set in the rolling hills of the Cotswolds.

Safety:

How much risk are you prepared to take; the level of risk will ultimately dictate the size of the return. However, can you afford to risk your investment or is it guaranteed? Are you investing directly into an asset or the performance of a company?

Income:

Some investments are income generating, paying dividends monthly or quarterly, for some this allows them to re-invest or subsidise living costs. It’s always a good place to start by comparing how much you are currently receiving before you look to redirect the funds elsewhere.

Capital Growth:

As an opposite to the above, this is where the investment grows in value, fueled by demand in the market or by negotiating a below market value, again you can compare this to long term investments through Banks, Pensions, SIPPS.

Exit Strategy:

This is a very important part of investing, and for most, is the deciding factor. On paper any investment can look good, but the reality is, unless there is a strong exit strategy the returns may never be realised in the time scale desired.

Investigate the market and decide whether you can see the opportunity for investment. Ask other investors whether it’s working for them and how much growth they’ve seen since they invested.

Higher returns can normally be found in new investment vehicles that are rapidly growing, or where new advances have been made, but this sometimes requires knowledge of a certain industry. By staying open minded on the area of investment you will find opportunities previously overlooked.

Understand how your money is currently working for you, speak to other investors, narrow down the type of investment, decide between short, long or medium term, do you want capital growth or income generating returns.

Then, start looking at the companies you would like to deal with, are they qualified to give you advice, have they conducted their own due-diligence into the investment, what level of service do they offer, do they have a range of investments to choose from.

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