Structured US Property Investment
Up to 84% returns over 7 years
US Property Bonds
Florida and North Carolina, USA
Buy – Renovate – Sell US Residential Property
- Fixed returns up to 84% over 7 year term
- 5 year investment term also available
- Defined exit strategy
- Complete hands-off investment
- Security held by an UK Lawyers as UK Trustees
- SIPP eligible
The Land of Opportunity
Numerous economists and real estate experts agree, the bottom of the US residential market has been reached and now is the time to make a once in a lifetime investment into the land of opportunity.
With the most affordable homes since records began, with average home values at 49% of their peak 2006 prices, it is cheaper for Americans to buy than rent. But as build costs are often higher than property values and with very little new home construction, Americans are actively seeking high quality renovated homes.
An exciting new way to invest in US real estate
Following the success of our previous structured property investments, we are pleased to introduce a pioneering new opportunity - a secure and ‘hands free’ way of investing in the lucrative US property market.
Middleton May has created a structure to enable individual investors to benefit from their vast experience on the ground who will buy, renovate, and sell property across several US states to ensure that a fixed return and exit is achieved over a five or seven year period.
Invest with confidence in this exceptional SIPP eligible opportunity with security held over the US real estate by a UK regulated law firm and enjoy up to 84% return on your investment.
Invest from £9,096
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