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- only factual information is contained on this website and nothing is intended to be a recommendation or statement of opinion which influences me to make an investment decision;
- the information contained on this website is not financial product advice; and
- I will read any relevant Offer Document and obtain appropriate advice in relation to my investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs before making any financial decision.
Peet land syndicates have a solid record of performance, however, your returns will vary according to the performance of each development, which can be affected by a number of factors such as property market conditions at the time of development.
We endeavour to provide a forecast of future returns to you through our investment offer documents – however, this is not always possible for some longer-term projects where the development start date is not certain. Forecasts are accompanied by the assumptions underpinning those forecasts as well as various risk factors that could have a material impact on the forecasts.
If we are unable to provide a forecast, prospective investors should refer to the benefits and risks associated with the project detailed in the offer document.
Peet syndicate securityholders will start to realise a return on their investments once profits emerge from the project. These profits are progressively returned to our securityholders in the form of distributions or dividends and continue until the final lots are settled and the syndicate is wound up. In the same way, capital is also returned progressively, as working capital requirements, taxation and legislation permits.