We believe every investor should be aware of what to look for when making a property investment, which is why we have put together a selection of helpful guides that provide investors with the information they need to make the right decision on what to invest in.
We are also committed to being totally transparent with our investors, and release regular, detailed construction updates every quarter, detailing the progress of our off-plan developments.
Whether you’re a first-time investor or have an extensive property portfolio, our investment guides will provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding the UK property market, what to look for when investing, and most importantly, what to avoid.
In addition to the 20 years of industry experience we hold, we also work closely with a number of well-respected professional bodies, in order to provide our investors with the latest information, legal advice, and information on how they can structure their investment.
We know how important it is to ensure our investors are kept up to date on the construction progress of their properties, which is why we release a quarterly construction update regarding the progress of all off-plan developments in our portfolio.
Sharing key milestones, the latest news from our group of businesses, and leading market information, our construction updates are an essential part of tracking the progress in your off-plan purchase.
This will depend on the type of property that you’re looking to invest in, as well as the size and location. There are plenty of options for any investor, so get in touch and find out what we can do with your budget.
The returns that investors can get vary and will change depending on the kind of investment and the timeframe. Buy to let property will generally offer returns of 4-7%, but it’s best to do some research when investing to determine what returns you can expect from each individual investment opportunity.
Capital Gains Tax is a tax that you’ll pay on any profit that you see when selling. The tax is purely on the gain that you’ve made, not the entire sale.
A rental yield is the income that an investor will make from the rent payments a tenant makes during their time in the property. Capital growth is the growth in value that the property itself sees, which will allow for an increase in rental charge, and if the investor wants to sell, to sell for a higher price than they bought the property.