• Wolfbrook Capital

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    Wolfbrook Capital

    Interested in investing with a reliable and proven property developer? With home buyers and investors in mind, we focus on building high-quality and affordable homes with great returns.

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  • The Wolfbrook investment
    offer in simple terms.

    Proven and reliable.

    • 10%

      10% Interest per annum
      (paid weekly)

    • 1-5yrs

      Tailored terms from 1-5 years

    • 1st

      Secured by 1st
      ranking GSA

    • $175m

      Guaranteed by Trusts with
      over $175M in equity

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  • Introducing Wolfbrook

    The Directors have spent their entire professional careers in the property sector and, between them, hold one of New Zealand’s largest privately-owned property portfolios.

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  • Who We Are

    Steve Brooks and James Cooney the Directors of Wolfbrook Capital Limited are experienced property investors and developers who through their prior ventures:

    • Privately hold over 330 residential properties, plus commercial and industrial properties totaling over $250m

    • Have successfully completed a diverse range of residentially-focused development projects in differing economic climates. 
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      Steve Brooks

      Steve has been involved in property from a young age and, following years of helping his parents out with managing their property portfolio, at the age of 14, Steve became the youngest real estate agent in New Zealand.

      After buying his first investment property at age 16, by the age of 18, Steve had built up a portfolio of investment properties and moved into property development. He then spent the next two years building and selling properties throughout the country. In the wake of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, Steve took a hiatus from property to pursue other business opportunities, including creating one of the first tax refund companies in New Zealand.

      Following the Christchurch earthquake in 2011, Steve took the opportunity to start purchasing ‘as is where is’ properties and, over the next few years, built up an impressive commercial portfolio, along with continuing to build his residential property portfolio together with James.

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      James Cooney

      In 2009, following graduating from Lincoln University with a BCom VPM (Valuation and Property Management) degree, James began his professional career working at Simes (now Bayleys/KnightFrank) as a commercial property agent.

      Following the Christchurch earthquake in 2011, James sold three sites to developers, of which he then presold over thirty million dollars in new industrial units. Over the following 18-months, James also began trading and selling in what would become known as the ‘as is where is market’.

      James has spent the last ten years building Wolfbrook Residential whilst completing numerous ‘as is where is’ developments and continuing to grow his residential investment portfolio.

  • Why do we need to raise capital?

    Wolfbrook uses main bank lenders, (or non bank lenders) and our capital alongside Wolfbrook Capital to fund developments.

    Access to funds from Wolfbrook Capital is particularly important at the early stage of a project to help fund the purchase of land which main banks will not do.

    We then use our own capital for preconstruction expenses including architects, consultants, council levys and of course our team. Once the project has a building consent issued, we will then use bank funding to complete the development.

    This process allows us to fund more land purchases and complete more developments, delivering great townhouses to Wolfbrook customers

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  • Investment Criteria

    Investment in Wolfbrook Capital Limited is only open to wholesale and eligible investors. This investment opportunity is not available to retail investors. The minimum investment is $100,000. Exclusions apply.

    A wholesale investor is a person who meets one of the criteria set out in clauses 3(2) or 3(3) of Schedule 1 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013. An eligible investor is an individual who certifies (in the required form) that they have previous experience with acquiring and disposing of financial products that allow the investor to assess:

    • the merits of the proposed investment;
    • the investor’s own information needs in relation to the investment; and
    • the adequacy of the information provided to the investor by any person in connection with the investment.

    The relevant previous experience must relate to “financial products”. The full definition of “financial product” is set out in section 8 of the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013. For more information, please refer to the Application Form or request further information.