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House Buyers United

Fund (H.B.U.)

ARSN 614 577 276

intends to aquire

carefully selected

quality single dwelling

residential property in

upper-end-of-the-market

Melbourne suburbs with the

intention of producing

capital growth for investors

over the long term

(i.e. at least 5 years).





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The House Buyers United Fund

welcomes investors ...


including those with

relatively limited

financial resources


... who are seeking exposure to

quality residential properties

that have been

carefully selected

for their perceived potential for

long-term capital growth and are

situated in prime locations in

Melbourne's

upper-end-of-the-market

established suburbs.







H.B.U. Investments Limited

ACN 608 424 488

AFSL 482375

is the issuer of the

Capital Units in the

House Buyers United Fund



Investors should consider the

Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)

in deciding whether to

acquire or continue to hold

Capital Units in the Fund

(link to PDS .pdf below)


link to House Buyers United Fund Product Disclosure Statement pdf







Melbourne crowned world's

most liveable city, again


For the sixth year in a row, Melbourne has topped

The Economist's list of the world's most liveable cities.


Lord mayor Robert Doyle said

retaining the title

was something for which all

Melburnians should be proud.


"It is an exciting time in Melbourne:"


"We've got many major infrastructure projects

under way, including the Metro Tunnel,

and the proposed renewal of the

Queen Victoria Market precinct."


The Age - August 18 2016





According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics [ABS]

[ABS] 3218.0 - Regional Population Growth, Australia, 2014-15

[http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/3218.0]

Link to [ABS] source here: -


Melbourne had the fastest growing

population in Australia in 2015 (2.1%)

compared with Sydney's (1.7%)








H.B.U. believes with it's solid economic outlook and reputation for education excellence, combined with it's relative safety, Melbourne's population growth confirms it as an attractive and desired place of residence for both Australian born and migrant families.





H.B.U. believes,

if Melbourne's ongoing popularity continues,

its population of about (4.5 million)

could catch up with Sydney's

approximately (4.9 million)

before too long and that the demand for

quality residential accommodation

will likely also increase

creating an ideal opportunity for

long-term residential property investment.




In particular, H.B.U. believes, those residential properties located in established upper-end-of-the-market Melbourne suburbs have the potential to be a viable opportunity for dependable future capital growth for long-term investors, (i.e. at least 5 years).






The minimum investment

in the Fund is only

$10,000


Capital Units will be issued

in order of receipt of

fully completed applications,

including application money.





No investment is without risk.


As with any investment, there are inherent risks in investing in the Fund, including the risk that an investment may result in a reduction in, or total loss of, the capital value of the investment and returns are less than expected.






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House Buyers United Fund Liquidity Status



Under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), the Fund is liquid when 80% or more of it’s assets are invested in ‘liquid’ assets.


The Fund is currently liquid


and therefore, if you are a retail client and are first issued with Capital Units today, you will be entitled to a cooling off period.


Please refer to section 13.3 of the PDS

for the Fund for more information.





Please note, the liquidity status of the Fund may change between the time you apply for Capital Units and the time that you are first issued Capital Units.


Even if the Fund is liquid at the time you apply for Capital Units, if the Fund is illiquid at the time Capital Units are first issued, no cooling off rights will apply.









House Buyers United Fund Product Disclosure Statement


You should read the House Buyers United Fund Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before deciding whether the House Buyers United Fund could provide you with an affordable and cost-efficient method of exposure to the Melbourne residential property market suitable to your financial goals and requirements and matches your investment risk profile.




House Buyers United Fund Product Disclosure Statement e-book

e-book PDS




Refer to the
House Buyers United Fund
Product Disclosure Statement
which can downloaded
in pdf format below.



link to House Buyers United Fund Product Disclosure Statement pdf




A printed
Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)
can be obtained by emailing

admin@

housebuyersunited.com.au




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Refer to the
House Buyers United Fund
Privacy Policy
which can downloaded
in pdf format below.




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HBU Investments Limited
ACN 608 424 488
AFSL 482375
is the responsible entity
of the
House Buyers United Fund
ARSN 614 577 276

and the issuer of units
in the Fund.





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HBU Investments Limited web site





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