The Squirrel Monthly Income Fund is a new way to invest in Squirrel loans, on top of our existing peer-to-peer investments. For those that prefer a more hands-off approach, with the Managed Fund we manage the investment while you watch the returns come through.
In this case study we’re taking a look at a property development company that was in need of a treasury management strategy, to minimise the negative impact of cash drag. Here’s how they ended up maximising their returns by investing with Squirrel.
In this case study we're putting the microscope on a Wholesale Fund who was finding it increasingly tricky to originate and manage the loans it required to meet its investors’ income expectations.
We are so fixated with property that talk of any kind of bubble quickly turns the conversation to housing. I’m going somewhere else. History is a great teacher.
At Squirrel, we're known as one of the largest mortgage brokers in New Zealand. But what you might not know is that we are also a lender, which means we can make a portion of those loans available as investments for retail investors. This gives investors better opportunities for their cash funds.
The cult of personality is alive and well in the New Zealand property market with the next wave of self-styled property gurus. Now they're digital savvy and on social media.
Saving for a house in the post-covid age isn’t easy. With house prices becoming stratospheric, the Kiwi dream might start to seem more like a pipe dream.
Interest rates offered by banks are low as a result of the pandemic. The Government has helped out lots of parts of society, and we’re all grateful for this. Have they helped those reliant on interest income?
Investing money with property developers is risky. In this post we talk about how risky it is and ask how it can even happen.
We haven’t published a case study for a while, so here are two that will provide an overview of the borrowers and loans you’re investing in.
There’s been a lot happening here at the Squirrel garage and lots of movement in the financial world, so here’s an update on quite a few things.
Earlier this year we launched our P2P Home Loans and Business Property Loans that give investors access to residential first mortgage investments with returns of up to 5% p.a. As interest rates have fallen, investors are looking for better returns.