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Get the Aurient Investment Partners Guide to understanding the Build to Rent market

Get the Aurient Guide to understanding the Build to Rent market in Australia.

With Build to Rent the fastest-growing trend in the real estate market today, the Aurient Limited report aims to find out more about this burgeoning phenomenon and whether it is sustainable or is a passing fad.

  1. What is Build to Rent?
  2. The history of BTR. (USA/UK/HK/Australia)
  3. What is the difference between Build to Rent and Build to Sell?
  4. Benefits to Tenants
  5. Benefits to Developers
  6. Benefits to Society
  7. How to invest in BTR?
  8. Risks
  9. Going forward after the Pandemic: the future of Build to Rent
  10. Summary and conclusion

The material in this report is confidential and may not be reproduced or provided to others without the express written permission of Aurient Limited.

In preparing this report Aurient Limited has relied upon information provided by the various partners and information that is publicly available.

This report is provided for informational purposes , and general information on Build to Rent , but such information should not be regarded as an offer or a solicitation of any offer to buy or sell any investments.

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*Guidelines as to What is an "Accredited Investor"?

An investor that is:

(a)      A ‘wholesale client’ or ‘sophisticated investor’ as defined in Section 761G of the Corporations Act, Australia, which generally includes: 

An income last two years of AU$250K for each year


Net assets of AU$2.5M


Gross assets of AU$10M (Have or control)


Assessed by a licensee as having previous experience in using financial services and investing in financial products.


(b)      If the investor resides outside of Australia, it is a person to whom an invitation or offer can be made as permitted by the laws of the jurisdiction in which they are situated without the need for any prospectus, registration, lodgement, or other formality, including specifically for the following jurisdictions:

(i)       Singapore – The investor must be an Accredited Investor under the Security and Futures Act.

(ii)       Hong Kong – The investor is a Professional Investor under the Securities and Futures (Professional Investor) Rules.

An investor declaring that they are an ‘Accredited Investor’, may only do so after making appropriate enquiries and having sought advice from a suitable qualified advisor.

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