Business Expert began as an independent specialist in alternative finance such as invoice finance and commercial bridging finance.
More recently, we have diversified our offering to include investment opportunities for directors of cash rich companies and sophisticated investors. Having forged an alliance with one of the UK’s most exciting developers we can now offer property loan notes.
Our vision is to help sophisticated investors gain access to loan notes in high yield and high capital growth properties from an exciting development portfolio. We will be offering the same transparency, hands-on involvement and continuous communication as we do with our finance products, with anytime access to our team throughout the process.
How do Your Property Loan Notes Work?
Sophisticated investors willing to invest a minimum of £25,000 will receive a certificate and debenture security over the company’s assets they are helping to fund.
Depending on the terms of the agreement (usually 1-7 years) the lender (investor) will be paid a rate of interest. At end of the agreed term the loan note matures and the loan amount is returned.
From the second year escalating bonuses are paid to reward loyalty.
Does Business Expert Charge fees?
Business Expert does not charge any fees we are paid an introductory fee by the developer.
Who Can Invest in Our Property Bonds?
Our property bond investments are aimed very specifically at sophisticated investors which means you should have enough depth of experience, capital and net worth to feel comfortable in more advanced types of investment opportunity.
This kind of unregulated investment is not available to everyone.
Business Expert’s loan notes are specifically aimed at Institutional Investors, Sophisticated Investors, HNW Earners, Companies and Restricted Investors.
How do I Start Investing?
Please email us at email@example.com for an application form
Can I Invest as a Business?
Are my funds covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS)?
Our property bonds are not authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Investments issued are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
What Happens if the Developer Becomes Insolvent?
The investors each have an all assets debenture covering all the developers assets currently estimated at £64 million.