The markets will remain volatile for some time given the unprecedented impact from the Coronavirus on global economies, business supply chains and consumer spending patterns. However, as the landscape is rapidly evolving, it remains to be seen whether the direct impacts will prove to be transient or longer lasting. We are now experiencing unprecedented times, with balance sheets across the world being tested. It will be the survival of the fittest, or strongest balance sheet.
Real Estate debt has been one of the faster growing property asset classes in recent years. Here, Omar Khan, Executive Director & PM at Freehold, discusses the growth and why it’s an attractive option for investors that are seeking yield in this current low interest rate environment.
This article was originally published on SMSTrusteeNews.
SMSF investors looking to offset low returns from cash investments should consider non-residential property investments to boost income, according to a specialist real estate investment manager.
Freehold has launched a new fund that aims to deliver investors an annualised pre-tax return of 7 – 8% p.a. paid monthly*. The fund will primarily have exposure to a diversified portfolio of real estate debt that is secured by Australian real estate across the east coast.