4 Lots on Liz Kernohan Drive
Elderslie, NSW
Loan Amount:
$1,081,200.00
Distribution Payment Date:
Completed.
Minimum investment:
Completed.
Member Distribution Rate:
70% of interest received.
Term of loan:
6 months (plus 2 x 3 month extension options)
Loan to Value Ratio:
60%
Security:

Registered First Mortgage over:- 151 (Lot 1508) Liz Kernohan Drive, Elderslie NSW, 153 (Lot 1509) Liz Kernohan Drive, Elderslie NSW, 155 (Lot 1510) Liz Kernohan Drive, Elderslie NSW, 157 (Lot 1511) Liz Kernohan Drive, Elderslie NSW and 37 (Lot 320) Gold Street, Riverstone NSW.

Valuation:

Total valuation of $1,802,000.00 by by Colin Chenoweth of C.D. Chenoweth & Associates Pty Ltd Registered Valuer in NSW, dated 20 November 2018.

“We are retirees with a self-managed super fund and have been associated with Strive Financial since its very beginning.
We decided to invest with them to obtain a decent return on our money and happily found that they are so professional, efficient and thorough in investigating where our funds are invested that. Not only do we have a good return, we now have peace of mind.
The other important aspect is the personal contact and regular communication that is an integral part of this friendly company.”
Private Investor, New South Wales
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