This is an invitation to use your investment in a residential property to earn higher, faster, accelerated yields monthly over up to ten years (plus a priority share of future capital growth) compared to the lower net rental yields currently on offer monthly (often net 1.5% to 2.5% pa but sometimes 4% pa or higher).
Net returns vary from property to property and are almost impossible to predict accurately ten years into the future, from a typical residential lease, whilst retaining (and waiting for) all of the uncertain long term capital growth.
Under the Assquire system, an investor sells the property to a Mortgage Alternative (MA) buyer (who has a mortgage over your property and a registered lease to protect their contracted interest as buyer) whilst they buy it over a ten year period with a lease to occupy. The investor is not renting it to the MA buyer; they have sold it to them with ten years to pay – this is called a deferred settlement.
You (the investor) receive the higher return monthly along the way because you are sharing capital growth with the MA occupier who has bought the home off you with deferred settlement, and a lease whilst they live in it up to the settlement date. As seller, you forego any excess future capital growth above the pre-agreed price (currently an indexation of around current market value by 1.5% pa) that you will retain under the Assquire® Contract of Sale. The buyer thus enjoys the flip side of the coin – the capital growth above that (if any) and that difference at time of settlement, together with the rights to occupy the property essentially as if it were their own immediately and agreeing to other terms of the contract of sale designed to mitigate your risks and theirs, is why they pay you the average 40-60% higher gross rents today, which are contracted and agreed up front between seller and buyer, and apply unchanged for a period of up to ten years.
Assquire®  is a new asset acquisition, financing, management and occupation system delivered to market across two website: this one is for investors and home buyers to explain the Assquire system + the dedicated listings site BuyOrInvest.com.au.
The MA buyer does have restricted rights to exit, so they need to be serious about buying your property, just like they do with other properties when taking a mortgage but all or a substantial part of their 5% paid up front is at risk if they do exit, and they are making mortgage like payments (much higher than rent) so they are considered unlikely to do so unless they encounter a material adverse personal event. To use MA and sign an Assquire® contract with an investor, they must be serious about buying the home and must meet our strict credit standards to qualify. This is a Mortgage Alternative – not a rent alternative.
 Net yields are almost impossible to quantify because they differ with each property. However CoreLogic RP Data’s July 2016 Monthly Housing and Economic Chart Pack report records GROSS rental yields for houses at just 3.2% (net rental yields would be much lower) and 4.1% gross rental for units. In Queensland, these are somewhat higher, and our numbers are currently based off an average 4.3% gross yield. Some properties will achieve higher conventional gross rents; some lower.
 New Zealand Patent No 582650 granted July 2, 2013; Singapore Patent No 182242 granted October 31, 2012; South Africa Patent No. 2010/00299 granted 29 September 2010; Australian Trade Mark No 1438777 in class 36 registered March 16,2012. Trade marks for Assquire® also registered in thirty other countries including Europe, United States of America, China, Australia and Singapore.