Frequently Asked Questions

At Avora Capital we believe in transparency and being upfront with our clients. We know that making an investment is a big decision, so potential investors will want to be as knowledgeable and well-informed about Avora Capital as possible before committing to investing their hard-earned money. Below we have put together answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not covered here, please contact us – a member of our team will be happy to help you.

Are the properties fully managed or do I need to be actively involved?

Avora Capital ensures the management of everything, your investment is completely hands-free.

Do you accept company applications and/or joint applications?

Yes, both company and joint applications are accepted subject to receipt of the necessary anti-money laundering (AML) documents for all company directors and any joint applicants, respectively.

What security is in place for investors?

The independent security trustee holds a fixed and floating charge over all assets of the Company for investors. As an investor you therefore have the peace of mind knowing that you effectively own a share of the property company until your capital is repaid.

How do you make money?

Most of the rental income produced by the properties is paid out to investors with a small amount being used to cover the business running costs and the management of the properties. Avora Capital benefit from the long-term capital growth of the assets purchased.

Can I withdraw my investment before 5 years?

Yes, you can withdraw funds after the third year from the Closing Date of the offer.

Are there any management fees?

There are no management fees.

When are investor returns paid?

All investors are paid on the same four days each year: March 31st, June 30th, September 30th, and December 31st.

Why are the returns higher than other property investments?

This is due to the types of properties we invest in such as Social Housing (AHP) and the high-yielding areas we focus on. We also purchase below market value allowing us to maximise on rental returns.

How are my initial funds repaid?

There are 3 potential exit strategies. The first option is by way of a share sale or asset sale to an institutional fund / Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) / family office. The second option is by way of an Initial Public Offering (IPO). The third is by way of the Put & Call option, terms and conditions set out in the Information Memorandum.

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