Tax treatment is dependent upon the individual investor’s tax situation. As we are not qualified to discuss tax issues it is suggested that you seek advice from an accountant on this matter. We are also happy to speak with your accountant should you need anything clarified regarding our investment model and legal structure. Please note we would require written permission from you prior to speaking to a representative such as an accountant.
Yes, the investments are financed by equity and debt. Every project we take on has senior debt. The debt is the responsibility of the developer to source and must be agreed in principle before we launch a project to our investors. In case personal guarantees are required to secure the loan, they are the responsibility of the developer and there is no recourse for the loan towards our investors.
No, it is a non-liquid investment and as an investor you commit to the project for the full duration. You must consider whether such illiquidity might hinder your lifestyle and finances taking into account factors including age.
The minimum investment is £20,000. There is no defined maximum investment, however each investment will have a limited amount of funding being raised, and therefore there is an upper limit to how much equity can be invested in a single project.
The sale price is based on information extracted by estate agents and in-house analysts comparing the development with others in the area and the prices they achieved. We calculate our prices based on current market condition, not factoring any future rise or fall in prices.
Residents of EEA member states are welcome to invest. Restrictions vary from country to country and you should enquire with us if you live elsewhere in the world and wish to invest. Specifically US citizens residing in the US may not invest.