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Compare Bonds Frequently Asked Questions
How are my funds used?
Compare Bonds list asset backed property mini-bonds, investing directly into UK property developments. The funds you subscribe to the listed property mini-bonds are lent to UK property developers and those loans are secured against UK residential & commercial property.
How much can I invest?
You can invest from £5000, there is no maximum investment.
Do all the bonds offer me a fixed term & percentage?
All listed bond providers offer a fixed rate of return over a set time period.
How safe is my bond?
At comparebonds.com, we work in a similar fashion to that of several platforms offering mini-bonds to their investor & subscriber database, with thorough due diligence carried out before any listing is placed. All featured bond providers have demonstrated a clear & successful track record, with regulated trustees utilised for client/investor protection. Each provider has reputable board members boasting unblemished track records, with millions under management after various profitable projects being completed.
What is a bond?
Simply put, they are loans made to businesses by investors. Interest is paid at regular intervals over a fixed time scale and the rates are higher than would typically be payable than if the investor’s money was placed in a high-street savings account. At the end of the term, the capital is repaid. As interest rates have fallen loan notes have become much more popular.
Are Investment bonds covered by the FSCS?
Investing in the listed bond providers involves investing your funds into UK based property developers. The biggest risk posed to investors is if your chosen investment provider does not repay the loan made.
All loans are backed against UK residential and commercial property. In the event a borrower defaults, the regulated trustees will seek to sell the asset(s) to cover any loss of funds. All of the listed Property bonds are not covered by the FSCS and your capital is at risk.
Investment Bonds put your capital at risk, and you may get back less than you originally invested.