Capital Property Funds



Our property funds aim to provide investors with quarterly income returns.

We provide 2 styles of property funds being Unlisted Property Funds & Property Debt Funds.

The table below provides an overview of some differences between Unlisted Property Funds and Property Debt Funds.

  Unlisted Property Funds Property Debt Funds
Potential Return Income & Growth Income
Typical Investment Term 5 years 12 months
Minimum Investment $20,000 $50,000


Unlisted Property Funds

Typically, our unlisted property funds acquire income producing commercial office buildings where the rental income is underpinned by existing lease agreements.

The Unlisted Property Funds aim to provide investors:
  • Returns derived principally from rental income
  • Potential capital growth derived via active asset management
  • Simple and transparent property funds that are managed by professional property experts

Our unlisted property funds are available to:
  • Retail Investors
  • Self-Managed Super Funds
  • Retirees
  • Direct investors
  • Wholesale Investors 

The CPF Property Debt Fund

The CPF Property Debt Fund typically invests in loans between $1M to $5M and the loans are secured via a registered first mortgage over property.


CPF Property Debt Fund – Typical Features
Security Registered First Mortgage
Potential Income Return Targeting greater than 7.50% p.a.
Distributions Paid Quarterly
Typical Investment Term 12 Months


The CPF Property Debt Fund is only available to only wholesale investors (as that term is defined in the Corporations Act).


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