Bonds FAQs

A listed bond is a bond that is traded on a major exchange. The Propiteer Capital Property Bond is listed on pan-European authorised stock exchanges.

You can invest by clicking here. Making your first investment is a simple process. The minimum investment is £5,000, and you can simply choose a length of term appropriate for your investment needs.

The Propiteer Capital Property Bond offers different payment terms, some of which may have an early redemption option, which will be detailed in the terms and conditions of your bond investment. We may also offer a bonus for staying in for longer periods and if you were to take out your money early you might not be entitled to that bonus (this is also dependent on the terms for that bond). Listed bonds gives you the ability to trade them on the exchange where they are listed though liquidity will depend on demand from buyers and sellers.

Propiteer Capital PLC only places funds into developments which have passed extensive financial due diligence with legal and financial professionals. Funds are only invested where they’re managed by a team with successful backgrounds and substantial experience. You can see our current projects here.

Our loans always have security against assets which can be sold to help recover the loan. However, the value of security can change over time (for example, property prices might fall during a recession) which means that the presence of security may not prevent a loss.

The minimum investment to Propiteer Capital bonds is £5,000, including transfers.

Interest will begin to accrue from the date that a bond is listed until the redemption date of the bond.

Interest will be paid directly to your bank account. The interest is paid when due depending on the terms of the specific bond you purchase.

Yes, listed bonds are transferable.

The Propiteer Capital Property Bond is listed on pan-European exchanges. Bonds are listed on the listing date, following the closing of the subscription period.

Listed bonds are ‘listed’ on an exchange – this means that they are generally seen as higher quality than unlisted bonds. This is because exchange markets have substantial transparency, and in order to be listed bonds need to meet a variety of strict criteria. They can also be traded – but this is subject to availability and buyer demand if an investor wants to sell prior to the bond’s maturity.

Non-listed bonds are issued to investors privately by companies and not recognised as a security on the financial markets.

Investing into the Propiteer Capital Property Bond involves risks to your capital and interest payments. The value of the investments, and the income you receive from them, may go down as well as up and you may not get back the whole amount that you invested. Bonds may not be suitable for all investors and neither the income nor capital is guaranteed.

If in doubt, we recommended consulting an independent professional financial advisor.

Income payments and returns at maturity are paid to you gross, so you'll need to determine whether you need to declare it in a self-assessment tax return. Tax treatment depends on your individual circumstances and may be subject to change.

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