Secured Investments

Secured Aviation Bond 8% Return Investment From £25,000

Westport Invest are proud to present the EGCC Phenom 100 secured Aviation Bond offering an 8% fixed return. Investors will have the rare opportunity to achieve a healthy return of 8% per annum in the aviation sector with interest paid every 6 months.  The underlying asset offers some of the highest levels of security currently on offer […]

Rent assurance: 3 Years
Yield: 8
Cardiff, Windsor Place, 9% NET

For Sale

Windsor Place, Cardiff City Centre

Westport Invest are proud to introduce Windsor Place, an exclusive off-market investment to our clients. Investors will enjoy a 3 year investment which pays 9% NET return per annum with an added 5% bonus upon maturity; the returns are paid monthly to investors. There is also an option to hold the investment for an extra […]

Rent assurance: 3 Years
Yield: 9% NET
London, Rooftop Investment, 12% -22% NET

For Sale

London

Investment Highlights Fixed Returns starting at 12% in 12 months Yearly Exits available for short term investors A fully Asset Backed Investment secured against a £69m Developer Portfolio Security Trustee to protect Investor interests Corporate Guarantee on capital invested Option for Compound Interest for investors wishing to invest long term 10 year + profitable track […]

Yield: 12-22% +Bonus
Give up, boss tells fed‑up landlords. Buy my shares instead

Give up, boss tells fed‑up landlords. Buy my shares instead

Build-to-rent is the future, says the chief executive of Grainger The head of Britain’s biggest residential rental company has told amateur landlords to give up and buy shares in her company instead, because the traditional rental sector’s days are numbered. Helen Gordon, the chief executive of Grainger, a build-to-rent developer that has 8,431 flats across […]

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Lloyds dismisses Brexit fears and adds £4bn sweetener for investors

Lloyds dismisses Brexit fears and adds £4bn sweetener for investors

Lloyds Banking Group has defended its decision to return £4 billion to shareholders despite mounting concerns about the potential impact of Brexit. George Culmer, its finance chief, insisted that Lloyds, which conducts more than 95 per cent of its business in Britain, was “not at all” complacent in deciding to raise its dividend and return […]

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