A recent article published in the Australian Financial Review (AFR) reports that retail superannuation funds posted double digit returns in 2017 for the first time in five years, thus outperforming returns from direct property investment. The average balanced super fund recorded a return of 10.5% in the 12 months to December 2017, comfortably above the 9.1% average return from direct property investment across Australian capital cities. However in comparison, CFMG Capital’s Land & Opportunity Fund, delivering a fixed return of 12% per annum comfortably outperforms both investment options.
Data now shows that average balanced retail super funds now boast an annual 10-year average return of just 5.1%.
With fixed returns of 12% per annum (net of fees) and fixed investment terms ranging from 18 to 36 months, the CFMG Land & Opportunity Fund is proving to be a strong investment option for both excess cash and self-managed super fund trustees.
During 2017, CFMG Capital via the Land & Opportunity Fund brought the following projects to market for their strong database of active and repeat investment clients:
CFMG Capital will continue to deliver fixed rate investment opportunities in 2018, and with over 800 active and repeat investors taking up these opportunities, don’t wait to find out more.