Supercharged Property

Jeff and his partner own property valued at approximately $700,000 in New Zealand. Strong growth in the suburb has seen the value of this property rise substantially during the time it has been owned. In October 2006 the suburb median price rose a massive 15.40% in one month adding $112,000 to the value of the property. The return on the investment is difficult to calculate as the property was purchased with no initial cash contribution from Jeff or his partner.

Return Period Median Sale Price No. of Sales Median Days % Diff Prev Mth Total $ Sales
Dec-05 $266,328.00 38 26 -1.00% $14,744,656.00
Jan-06 $248,000.00 39 35 -6.90% $10,578,500.00
Feb-06 $270,500.00 36 21 9.10% $10,148,000.00
Mar-06 $270,000.00 44 22 -0.20% $12,703,375.00
Apr-06 $256,500.00 34 29 -5.00% $10,233,000.00
May-06 $280,000.00 57 44 9.20% $17,595,042.00
Jun-06 $250,000.00 55 24 -10.70% $14,992,000.00
Jul-06 $260,000.00 49 39 4.00% $13,307,500.00
Aug-06 $260,000.00 61 31 0.00% $18,415,100.00
Sep-06 $254,000.00 42 28 -2.30% $12,124,000.00
Oct-06 $293,155.00 45 22 15.40% $13,779,655.00
Nov-06 $284,000.00 42 27 -3.10% $13,367,000.00

* Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Financing property with 100% loans can deliver supercharged returns to all investors. While borrowing sufficient funds to purchase property is important so is the ability to manage your cashflow during ownership of the property. The key to supercharging your returns in property is to arrange the right finance package.

Through a subsidiary of Pavilion Capital it is possible to get finance packages which can provide funding up to 105% of the purchase price allowing you to Supercharge Your Returns.

As an alternative to 100% funding, a cashflow loan is also available that requires interest payments of 4% or less. This style of loan frees up your cashflow allowing you to add more property to your portfolio or diversify your investments into other areas. It is your choice.

For creative finance solutions that allow you to Supercharge Your Returns, click here.