*7% P.A. is indicative only as the actual rate may be higher or lower depending on the specific mortgage the investor chooses to invest in.
Your interest is secured to the specific property in which you choose to invest.
Millbrook Mortgage Fund and Millbrook Mortgage Management Ltd are regulated by ASIC and audited half yearly.
We’ll provide you with the details of investments opportunities that meet your specific needs so you choose where you invest.
Short term loans of 12 months mean you’re not locked into a long-term commitment and can opt for repayment at the end of the mortgage term.
All Millbrook investment properties are valuedby a Registered Valuer from an industry-approved panel, so you get peace ofmind and the best return on your investment.
You receive monthly interest payments from your investment.
A Contributory Mortgage brings together a small group of like-minded investors who each contribute to make up the total cost of a mortgage. Investing in this way gives you the freedom to invest in your choice of our mortgage loans so your savings work hard for you.
Loans usually don’t exceed 65 per cent of the property’s market value, as valued by a Registered Valuer, and Millbrook doesn’t lend against specialised securities of the future value of improvement under construction. We make sure our investment opportunities offer the best return within your risk profile.
The information contained in this web page is not financial advice and intending investors should read the Product Disclosure Statement (Parts A & B) carefully before deciding to acquire or retain an investment, and if in doubt consult their financial adviser. An investment in the Millbrook Mortgage Fund should not be considered as being comparable with a bank deposit. Millbrook does not guarantee investors’ capital and the return to investors is dependent on the capacity of the loan borrower to make loan repayments and or the realisable value of the security. Each mortgage is different and investors will receive a disclosure statement detailing the particulars of the mortgage they are seeking to invest in.
Note: AF&L Direct Mortgage Fund is now known as Millbrook Mortgage Fund.