Understanding the key risks.
So what are the risks?
Generally speaking, all investments contain risk, understanding exactly where they lay and how they can potentially impact an investment will dictate whether or not you should invest. The risks outlined here are in no way comprehensive, each specific investment will have its own particular set of risks. Before making any investment decision you should carefully consider your investment experience, financial situation, investment objective, risk tolerance level and if you have one, consult your independent financial adviser as to the suitability of your situation.
Our investments are only available to investors qualified as HNW or Sophisticated in order to ensure that the risks involved are clearly understood. Our providers do not accept investment capital from investors outside of this particular group of investors.
Your capital is at risk
The value of your investment may go down as well as up and, therefore, your capital is at risk. You may lose all your invested capital and you will need to ensure that you are able to afford this loss.
Absence of Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) cover
Your investment is not covered by the UK’s FSCS arrangements, nor any other statutory or voluntary compensation scheme.
Property values may decline
Real estate property values may go up or down and there are various reasons why the value of a property may decrease. Past performance of a property is not a reliable indicator of future valuations or income streams. Any future downturn in the real estate market generally or changes to local environmental circumstances such as weather conditions, natural disaster, planning permission decisions, or local demand, etc. could have an adverse effect on the value of any investment you make, meaning that you may receive lower returns than you expected or potentially no returns at all. You should make sure you have considered this risk from the outset.
Asset and investment values may decline
Asset and investment values may go up or down and there are various reasons why the value of an asset or investment may decrease. Past performance of an asset or investment is not a reliable indicator of future valuations or income streams. Any future downturn in the market generally, changes to the fundamental condition or impairment of an asset of an investment specifically, such as relative value, performance, acts or omissions of management, geo-political impacts, etc. could have an adverse effect on the value of any investment you make. This means that you may receive lower returns than you expected or potentially no returns at all. You should make sure you have considered this risk from the outset.
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