BONDMASON has reported a third year of six per cent annual returns for its investors and underlined its confidence in the property lending sector despite macro uncertainty.
The direct lending investment specialist revealed that it has generated a positive return for investors every month since launching in 2015.
“We are proud to have invested over £45m since 2015 into over 6,000 direct lending opportunities on behalf of our clients, generating net returns of six per cent each year and generating over £1.5m in interest for our clients,” said BondMason chief executive Stephen Findlay.
“2019 looks like a gloomy year for many investors globally, not just in the UK, because of the economic and political uncertainty; but we remain confident that careful lending using property as security can continue to generate consistent returns for the coming year.”
BondMason offers investors a diversified portfolio of UK property development loans, sourced from alternative lenders, with no more than one per cent of funds lent to a single borrower.
There is a minimum investment of £5,000, with customers putting an average of £25,000-£50,000 into their portfolios.
Findlay highlighted the fact that the FTSE 100 has returned 7.7 per cent to investors since October 2015, while BondMason has achieved average returns of over 18.5 per cent over the same period.
“Well over twice the return, but with much less volatility,” he added.
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