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Paragon fund offers Australian real estate to Middle East investors

Sponsored content: Paragon Premier Investment Fund's track record shows returns of up to 18%

Paragon fund offers Australian real estate to Middle East investors

Wealthy investors from the Middle East are being offered the chance to invest in Australian real estate or mortgage assets through the Paragon Premier Investment Fund (PPIF).

PPIF is an open fund and the minimum investment amount is $1 million. The fund's track record shows that the rate of return on investments has been as high as 18 percent.

Paragon Premier Investments said the time is right to invest in Melbourne, a city with a population of 23 million which is expected to double in 19 years, because all of Melbourne infrastructure and housing must double to accommodate for this growth.

Melbourne has also been named the most liveable city in the world by Economist Intelligence Unit for six years in a row.

Paragon Premier Investments said it provides a professional, boutique investment and secure strategy to maximise in Australian real estate and mortgages, with a strong track record.

The expected investment term will be three to five years but investors must commit to a minimum investment term of three years.

There are a variety of fees pertaining to the management of the investment.

Paragon Premier Investments said it may be required to pay fees to referral parties who have introduced your investment to the fund but no entry or exit fees are payable by the investor.

The minimum rate of return is 6 percent for investors for a two to four-year investment.

From the completed projects, the rate of return has been as high as 10 to 18 percent.

Investors will receive quarterly returns which is achievable due to the parent company Paragon Business Group (PBG) managing $811 million in mortgages, which PBG receives 1.25 percent trail income over 30 years.

All feasibility reports are completed by CBRE and all proposed projects have government approval.

Investors will not normally be able to withdraw their monies until the investment term is completed and they have the opportunity to rollover into another investment at the end of the investment term.

Paragon Premier Investments said it holds an Australian Financial Services Licence which means it needs to meet the stringent requirements of Australian securities and investment law.

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