Investor FAQ’s

What is the minimum investment?

The minimum investment in the Link Mortgage Managed Investment Scheme is $50,000. Additional investments can be made, with a minimum increase of $50,000.

Are there upfront costs to invest?

There are no upfront entry or establishment fees to invest in the Link Mortgage Managed Investment Scheme.

What level of LVR will be funded?

The Link Mortgage Managed Investment Scheme will accommodate loans for property developers to a maximum LVR of 65%.

Please refer to the PDS for full details.

Are there risks in investing in a Mortgage Managed Fund?

Being backed by registered first mortgages, a mortgage managed fund is classed as a low-risk investment. However, it is important to note that this type of investment is not a bank deposit or a term deposit, and is subject to general risk and not covered by the Australian Government’s Deposit Guarantee.

The Product Disclosure Statement outlines all risks associated with this type of investment.

Minimising risk to return a consistent monthly income and preserve capital is our commitment.

Why would a property developer require private funding?

It’s becoming harder for property developers to obtain funding through the banks due to the new stringent requirements and increased paperwork checks set by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA). In turn, many property developers are searching for alternative funding means.

Can I withdraw my investment?

The Link Mortgage Managed Investment Fund is expected to be a non-liquid scheme. The Responsible Entity will make withdrawal offers to investors at least every quarter, in accordance with section 601KB of the Corporations Act if there are surplus funds available.

Further information can be found in the PDS.

Who do I contact for further information?

Please call us anytime during business hours on 08 8312 5960 and we will be more than happy to assist with any questions you may have.