We’ve provided our clients with independent commercial property investments since 2003.
Harmony offers property investments across all asset classes, including retail, office, industrial and commercial properties in South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales, Western Australia and Victoria, including both ‘Core’ and ‘Value-Add’ investments.
With more than $810 million of funds under management, Harmony has consistently provided healthy returns to investors*.
We are rigorous and conservative in our approach, with all of our investments considered against five key criteria:
Harmony Property Investments offers investment in commercial property unit trusts.
The minimum investment in each new investment is typically $100,000, and whilst our investments are primarily for wholesale investors who meet certain specific criteria, there are also opportunities in each new investment for a limited number of non-wholesale investors.
For more detailed information about becoming an investor, please email the Harmony Property Investments team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We select commercial properties on their ability to provide consistently strong returns to our investors. We typically target an annual distribution of 6%-7%, paid quarterly.
In addition, investors also participate in the anticipated capital growth from the investment.
While the total rate of return varies between each investment, we have an excellent track record of delivering both regular quarterly distributions coupled with capital growth in the unit price.
Once we have secured a new commercial property and commenced due diligence, we then email an investment summary to all our investors who are asked to both indicate their interest and nominate the indicative amount that they would like to invest.
At the end of the due diligence period, a more detailed Information Memorandum is then provided to those investors who expressed an interest, and at this stage, each investor’s specific investment amount is finalised.
When we establish an investment, the intention is to retain the property for a term which is typically between seven to nine years. The property is required to be sold during this nominated period, unless 75 per cent of investors (by value of their investment) vote in favour of extending the investment term.
Our Investment Committee will also occasionally recommend to investors a sale of a property outside of the nominated period, if it is considered desirable in order to optimise investor returns based upon the prevailing market conditions and leasing terms.