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UK CARE HOMES
NEW EXCITING
ASSET CLASS for 2020

8%-10%
Yield

25 year
Contract

£50k
Starting

CARE HOMES ARE AN ASSET CLASS
TO LOOK OUT FOR IN 2020.
89% OCCUPANCY RATES AND YIELDS FROM 8%++

The market in a snapshot:

Offering

Benefit from major growth in the UK care home sector by investing in a Singapore private limited company

Assured return of 8%, tax free!

From £50,000

Why UK Care Homes?

The UK care home sector is a fast-growing sector

Falls into the ‘fixed income’ asset class Also falls into the ‘real estate’ asset class —

providing more security and generating an uplift should the company be sold

It is commonly accepted that having assets in more than one class helps diversify a portfolio

These care homes are ongoing businesses, providing stable income-yields of 8% per annum

How Does It Work?

Investors buy shares in a Singapore Private Limited company — an ‘SPV’ or Special Purpose Vehicle

SPV accumulates funds
SPV acquires asset
SPV leases asset out
Lessee pays SPV
SPV pays dividends to investors

Why an SPV?

The investor keeps more of their own money

No property stamp duty

No legal — conveyancing — fees

No capital gains taxes

Why is this a good way to invest?

Each asset is owned by a separate SPV and so ring fenced — reducing risk

Each asset is owned by a separate SPV — so the SPV can sell the asset and return

funds to investors Transparent, Singapore regulated,

ACRA private limited company

No capital gains tax

 

How are dividends guaranteed?

The stable income from the care home operator provides the fixed income dividends
— in this case 7.5-9.5% 

The care home operator has excellent experience in running care homes in the UK

The UK care home operator guarantees the income over a 25 year period

Paid from a Standard Charted Singapore Bank Account

What about all taxes and legal fees?

Returns are paid as dividends from the Singapore Private Limited company

Dividends are capital gains tax free in Singapore

All fees and costs are paid by the company

There are three ways to exit

There are three ways to exit

Sell shares to another shareholder in the company*

Sell shares to a person in the CrowdHub Group network

Sell shares to a third party

* This is done through the company secretary.

 The care home operator has first refusal in buying
shares, and is the most likely purchase them.

DOWNLOAD FREE REPORTS HERE

Knight Frank

2019 Care Homes
Report
(Free Download)

Independent Age

Carehome Performance
across England 2019

SAVILLS

Elderly care homes 2019
(Get Report here)

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