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CPMFT

The Simple Way to Get Started in Real Estate Investing in Canada

14-18%

Targeted Returns

No Hands-On Work Required!

Investment Opportunities

Dieppe Properties Project:

Invest in Phase 1 of the Dieppe Land and Property Development Project in New Brunswick

  • 113-unit apartment complex

  • $20,000 Minimum Investment. 

  • 18%* p.a. Targeted Return. 

  • 36 Months Expected Term.

  • $39,000,000 Build Value upon Completion.

Residential Homes
Residential Homes

Waterloo Properties Project:

Invest to acquire, re-zone, and re-permit six properties in Waterloo

  • 24-storey commercial and residential apartment building
    $20,000 Minimum Investment. 
    14 - 18%* p.a. Targeted Return. 

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Why Invest in Real Estate Mutual Fund Trusts

  • Gain professional management and expertise in the real estate industry.

  • Reap the potential for capital appreciation with minimal effort.

  • Low transaction costs compared to buying/selling physical properties.

  • No need for hands-on work or direct effort.

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14-18% Targeted Return With Collard Properties Mutual Fund Trusts

Investing in real estate can be intimidating, but not with us. At Collard Properties, we offer a range of investment options that make real estate investing easy and convenient for everyone, regardless of their experience level.

Our solutions allow you to build generational wealth, earn passive income, and secure your financial future through real estate investments, whether you're a seasoned investor looking to diversify or a first-timer seeking stable returns.
 

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