Property bonds are corporate bonds (also known as loan notes) issued to investors by property companies or developers.
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Bonds are usually issued for a fixed term - generally two to five years - with a target fixed-rate of return paid to the investor quarterly, annually or at maturity.
When investing, investors receive a bond certificate and usually benefit from security over the underlying asset by way of a first or second ranking legal charge.