Property based Investments

Is your investment capital delivering the returns you want?

If your investments are not achieving their full potential then you are missing out on valuable growth, and the opportunity cost over time could be huge, meaning your later life will be impacted.

Lucesco’s aim is to offer remarkably different returns through carefully considered investments, giving you the tools to meet your goals.

Property Opportunities

Have you ever wanted to get involved in property renovation, buy-to-lets or even commercial property projects, but feel you don’t have that level of expertise? Well now you can participate in this sort of large project from only £10,000 and benefit from the knowledge and experience of the experts in that field.

Property markets in general offer numerous opportunities for investors willing to take a calculated approach to risk and reward. Whether you are looking for an investment to grow your capital value or to provide you with an additional income stream (or both), by working with Lucesco you will have access to new ideas and exciting investment products.

Many investments are also available as an ISA, so you can benefit from tax free growth and income

Things to consider...

Are your investments on track to achieve your original goal(s)?

Do you know how well your investments are doing and are you kept informed by your current investment providers?

 

Do you know or care where your money is invested?

Are your original investment choices still relevant for you today or do you feel the need to take a more active approach?

 

Do you understand that you have choices open to you?

The variety of investment options changes all the time.  As a qualified investor you can choose from a broad range of commercial and property-based investment opportunities.

 

Opportunity Cost

What does this mean to you and how can you use it to make the most out of your finances?

So how would this relate to your money and investments?

So how would this relate to your money and investments?

Opportunity cost = ‘The loss of other alternatives when one alternative is chosen’.

In scenario K the buyer would have plenty of clothes but the cost to that person is that they would have lost the opportunity to buy food.

In scenario A, they have plenty of food but a lot less in the way of clothes. These scenarios can be taken to the extreme with either all clothes or all food, which one is correct?

Impossible to say without more data, but it is a case of striking a balance depending on the individual’s wants and needs, e.g. somewhere between A and K.

Swap the food for your investment returns and clothes for your attitude to investment risk. If you have no desire to take much or any risk, the returns you are likely to receive will be low or even negative relative to inflation, in this scenario you will have lost the opportunity to gain a potentially higher return in exchange for some risk, this would be your opportunity cost (or loss!).

Equally true, if your attitude towards risk is very high and not tempered with at least some caution, you might end up very successful from this approach, but your opportunity cost is security and you could end with large losses.

Opportunity Cost

What does this mean to you and how can you use it to make the most out of your finances?

Opportunity cost = ‘The loss of other alternatives when one alternative is chosen’.

The graph demonstrates the principle:

In scenario K the buyer would have plenty of clothes but the cost to that person is that they would have lost the opportunity to buy food.

In scenario A, they have plenty of food but a lot less in the way of clothes. These scenarios can be taken to the extreme with either all clothes or all food, which one is correct?

Impossible to say without more data, but it is a case of striking a balance depending on the individual’s wants and needs, e.g. somewhere between A and K.

So how would this relate to your money and investments?

Swap the food for your investment returns and clothes for your attitude to investment risk. If you have no desire to take much or any risk, the returns you are likely to receive will be low or even negative relative to inflation, in this scenario you will have lost the opportunity to gain a potentially higher return in exchange for some risk, this would be your opportunity cost (or loss!).

Equally true, if your attitude towards risk is very high and not tempered with at least some caution, you might end up very successful from this approach, but your opportunity cost is security and you could end with large losses.

We are all individuals and we will all position ourselves differently, so take a tailored or ‘bespoke’ approach to your pensions, investments and savings for the best rewards.

Change the way you plan your investments

Important notice

Lucesco Ltd is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and does not give financial advice.  The investments that we introduce are unregulated and not covered by the FSCS.  We recommend you seek independent financial advice before investing.

Lucesco Ltd 2020

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