Joint Ventures

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Joint Ventures

While many investors aspire to developing larger projects and enjoying the increased profit
margins of big developers most either don’t have the capacity to do it alone or lack the expert

However, with Portfolio Property Investments help developing a small to medium residential
site may not be out of reach. PPI has made it possible by working with key legal and
accounting experts to develop a structure that allows investors to be a part of a sizable
development with minimal risk.

These joint ventures are a great way to build quick equity. By being involved in a joint venture
at the infancy stages investors are given the opportunity to purchase their next investment at
a wholesale rate. This is different than buying investment property off the plan. You and other
investors are the developers with PPI’s project management team guiding the development
as a project manager.

PPI’s team has years of experience in successful developments for both themselves and their
clients. Beginning with education, we then work with you and the group through the entire

You don’t need to be able to fund and entire small development, PPI brings people together
from all over the country to be a part of this investment process

FAQ’s about Joint Ventures

Each investor is entitled to one lot/unit for their investment. Once the development is fully constructed, the title gets
transferred from the joint venture into the individual name of each investor. It is up to you if you rent it or sell it.
On average, each development would aim to yield between a 15 – 25% Return On Investment which is realised in the creation of equity in the property.
The amount of investors is determined by the amount of individual residential lots or apartments to be developed. If the
project is to build a 10 unit townhouse site near a CBD, there would be 10 individual entitlements and investors.
A full product disclosure statement is prepared by external accountants and solicitors and is provided to prospective partners. It is the responsibility of each prospective partner to conduct their own due-diligance