Skyline Mortgage Investment Trust

Invest in 100% Canadian properties while receiving monthly distributions with a proven track record.

ABOUT THE TRUST | as at Oct. 1, 2019

5%

12-MONTHS TOTAL RETURN1

3

FUNDED MORTGAGES

$4.6
MILLION

TOTAL PORTFOLIO VALUE

1st & 2nd

SECURITY POSITION

4.5
MONTHS

AVERAGE TERM TO MATURITY

8.0%

WEIGHTED AVERAGE INTEREST RATE

Historically steady and stable monthly distributions.

When you invest in SMIT, you’re gaining access to a risk-adjusted debt investment opportunity. SMIT can be a great alternative to bonds within the fixed income asset class of an investment portfolio.

Invest in 100% Canadian institutional mortgages, managed by a company with more than 20 years of experience in the Canadian real estate investment industry.


This investment is available to accredited investors and eligible investors.

Now Open for investments

INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

5% 12-Month Total Return1

Investment generated from mortgages’ net equity.

$25,000 Minimum Investment

Lower minimum investment threshold than other products offered by Skyline Wealth.

Monthly Interest Payments

Historical track record of stable monthly distributions.

DRIP Eligible

Dividend Re-investment Plan available for Registered accounts.

Registered Fund Eligible

Invest via your RRSP, TFSA, RRIF, etc

Portfolio Diversification

Targeted diversified portfolio of mortgages.

100% Canadian

You’re investing in stable, 100% Canadian real estate mortgages.

No Redemption Fees

No surprise costs or fees upon redemption.

Historically Low Volatility

This private alternative investment is de-correlated from public market volatility.

SMIT MORTGAGE UNDERWRITING AND APPROVAL PROCESS

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Short-term mortgages & bridge financing mortgages (6 month – 3 year terms).

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First National Financial LP acts to source & underwrite mortgages.

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Skyline Management Team inspects asset & evaluates suitability

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Mortgage is added to the SMIT portfolio.

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ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO INVEST?

As mentioned above, Skyline’s investments are all considered private alterative investments and don’t trade on the public markets. Instead, all of Skyline’s investments are purchased within the Exempt Market. As such, investors need to meet certain eligibility requirements to invest with Skyline Wealth.

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Footnotes

[1] 12-Month Total Return is equal to the annual distribution per unit divided by the current unit value. Back to Content

Disclaimer

The information provided within this Website is for general information purposes only, and does not constitute an offer of, or solicitation for, the purchase and sale of any securities under any circumstances. Skyline Wealth Management Inc. (“SWMI”) is an Exempt Market Dealer registered in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Québec, and Saskatchewan. Important information with respect to the Skyline Funds are set out in their respective Offering Memorandums and related subscription documents, which should be reviewed prior to investing, as they include important information on fees and risk factors. Prospective investors must make an independent assessment of such matters in consultation with their own professional advisors. Nothing in this Website should be construed as investment, legal, tax, regulatory or accounting advice. Sales of interests in any investments offered by SWMI are only made to certain eligible investors pursuant to regulatory requirements and available exemptions. Some of the investment products offered by SWMI are from related issuers. A full list of issuers related to SWMI and details of the relationship between them is available upon request. Performance and other information provided herein is current as at the date of publication and SWMI does not undertake to advise the reader of any changes.