In the News

Demand for commercial and industrial property syndications rises - 04 Oct 2019

Augusta’s Industrial Fund & Brisbane Investment Both Oversubscribed – 29 Mar 2019

Augusta Fund’s Brisbane Property Offering – 2 Mar 2019

Augusta Industrial Fund’s Expansion Offer – 16 Feb 2019

New Augusta Property Trust Has Xero as Its Main Tenant – 18 July 2018

Syndicate investors pocket nice profit from overseas buyer – 9 July 2018

Augusta plans offering on new Manson building – 7 July 2018

Sale sparks 'many happy returns' for investors - 6 July 2018

Augusta industrial fund closes oversubscribed - 16 June 2018

Augusta Industrial Fund launches – 19 May 2018

Augusta capital raising closes oversubscribed – 26 March 2018

Augusta get’s resource consent

Augusta to redevelop Airways building in Christchurch - 29 Dec 2017

Augusta’s Aussie syndication

Augusta syndicates Mercury's new head office

Augusta to buy 33 Broadway in Auckland for $143 mln

BDO Centre buildings syndication tops $50m

Unprecedented market demand 2016

B follows A in Augusta syndication

Augusta Value-Add fund property for sale

Mansons TCLM project takes top prize for innovative

Augusta syndicates building which houses NZME

115m Auckland office building targets investors

Augusta launches NZME building syndication

Augusta’s Aussie buildings promise great returns

Spec sale latest in big list for Mansons

Strong interest in Augusta’s new value-adding property fund

New Augusta fund attracts investors nationwide

Commercial property sector to benefit from compulsory management licence

Priced-out investors opt for syndication

Augusta Buys five properties for new value-add fund

Super syndication goes to market

Augusta goes on property buying spree for new fund

Augusta syndicates big Christchurch Countdown complex

Augusta buys Christchurch site for $39.5m, plans syndication offering

Augusta buys Lufthansa House in Auckland CBD for $16.5m

Augusta offers syndication in Oz to Kiwis

Southgate swings open for syndication

Augusta on a roll with syndications

Augusta buys $58.5m retail property for syndication

Power in Numbers – The Syndication Model

Syndication offers exposure to Auckland commercial building

Augusta opens door to Telecom’s home

Mansons sell Telecom HQ building

The new force in property

Share offer in Bunnings Silverdale

Augusta Capital buys KCL Property

Kiwis flock to Centuria’s unlisted business

Property opportunity for ‘wealthy’ investors

Australian business seeks NZ investors

Towering potential over the Ditch

In the bag – Augusta’s latest syndication

Augusta bags plant for syndication

Syndicated sale of bank building sells out

Money in the bank from Augusta Syndication

Doubleshot Interview: Augusta Funds Management’s Mark Francis explains how property syndication works and why its different from mortgage securitisation and finance companies

Owning a slice of supermarket is proving tasty

Ownership scheme offers small investors stake in big supermarket

Reap big fruits of Augusta syndication offer in Hastings

Westgate Supermarket Site Offers Long-Term Prospects for Syndicated Shares

Investors snap up Tauranga store

Mark Francis’ Augusta closes property syndicate for Tauranga supermarket oversubscribed, raising NZ$9.15

Bunnings syndication

Stakes for sale in Bay of Plenty supermarket

Augusta property syndicate goes large

Loosen the corsets and grab some action

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Big Chance for Small Investors

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