FAQ

What type of properties are involved and at what cost?

Typically we purchase a house on a large block of land which can be developed into a small lot subdivisions. The properties are generally delivered in the sub $500k bracket. The reason for this is no matter of the environment good, bad or ugly you can always trade the property easily, as 100% of the population can afford it.

This is what transpired during the GFC: anything over 700k sat on the market for very long periods of time versus sub $500k offers which were selling & renting continuously.

Who controls the process?

The entire process is controlled by the Giumelli Group and our clients.

Where are funds deposited and how are they controlled?

Funds are deposited into a trust account until all agreements are executed, then they are disbursed to the project to fulfil

Is the property purchased in our personal names or a trust structure?

A brand new entity and trust is set up for each project.

Where can I guarantee to see my returns?

A shareholder and/or joint venture agreement is executed in addition to the Development Funding Agreement (Loan Document) once shareholding is agreed to by each party involved.

Who is borrowing the money and who takes the risk on finance?

The development entity borrows all funds and takes all financial risk to complete the project. No risk is on the joint venture party (clients) on the projects thus creating a controlled low-risk environment for our clients.

What happens after the project is finished and there are profits in the accounts?

All funds are distributed to your nominated accounts upon completion in line with the Loan Document (DFA) and Mortgage along with the Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) and if ever any other shareholder’s agreement held.

What are the risks I need to consider?

There are no guarantees in life. Every transaction has an element of risk involved and the program is designed to be as low risk as possible to achieve a common goal.
This is part of the designed learning involved in our Palladium Program.

Why is this service being offered?

Because I was tired of seeing Australians ripped off by mundane outdated programs that have NO accountability and NO responsibility to deliver on performance.

This is the main reason why we have made it accountable via our 125% Money Back Guarantee: If you do not achieve a minimum 25% return on your cash (ROC) you get all your money back, no questions.

How long does it take to complete a project?

The average project timeline is between 18 – 24 months. However, it is project specific and is outlined upfront.

What You Can Expect

  • Your Choice of Small Property Projects
  • Mortgage Security on Your Funds
  • A Community of Likeminded People
  • Coaching And Mentoring
  • Commitment and Support
  • 125 % Money Back Guarantee
  • Step by Step “How To Develop” Road Map
  • Constant Training and Personal Development
  • Significant Improvement in your Portfolio
  • Risk Mitigation Strategies
  • Reaching your Financial Goals Sooner
  • The Best Way to Start in Property Development

Recent Small Property Projects
our clients were involved in

What Our Clients Say About Us

Declan Redmond

Declan from Gold Coast is fulfilling his lifelong dream of getting into property development through the Palladium Program.

Brian Machin

Brian from Sunshine Coast is one of our original clients and has experienced first hand the incredible growth on his portfolio through the Palladium Program!

Daniel Loggen

Daniel from Sydney experienced many positive lifestyle changes – all since joining the Palladium Program.

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