Homes currently in the UK 1
As your collective joint venture partner; JaeVee raises 100% development finance for every
profitable property development you find in the UK, enabling you to earn up to
50% of the profit without dipping into your own pocket.
Homes currently in the UK 1
Homes need to be built per year 2
Shortfall of homes built in 2016/17 3
If you don't have enough skin in the game but you've unearthed a profitable opportunity, property joint ventures are the best option for you to purchase, build and exit - without dipping into your own pocket.
We combine senior with mezzanine debt which equals 90% of the overall project costs. 10% is reserved as an investment opportunity for our private equity investors; registered via our secure, online equity platform.
We offer two funding models. The 40% model allows you to appoint a project manager with shares divided into a 40/40/20 split; 40% to the developer, 40% to equity investors and 20% to JaeVee.
Whereas the 50% model is on the basis JaeVee project manages the development with shares divided into a 50/40/10 split; 50% to the developer, 40% to equity investors and 10% to JaeVee. Calculate exactly how much you could earn.
We're interested in both property development and let & hold joint venture opportunities, enabling experienced property developers with excellent track records. View our funding criteria checklist.
It starts with you emailing us the feasibility of your project and then; of the 12 simplified steps, JaeVee pretty much covers them all including the boring stuff. View the simpliflied steps.
Following traditional property market drivers, we like to stick to areas that have universities and are close to airports. Though we do consider other areas should those markets demonstrate sufficient demand that outstrips supply.
Our minimum ROI varies between 10-20%, depending on the exit strategy.
On or off the market, sales memo, exchanged, has an option or a delayed completion; we're interested. We can agree a price based on today's market value for landowners too.
We’re happy with the exit turnaround being within 6-60 months of the successful property purchase.
Everything managed from the initial purchase through to the construction and finally the successful exit helping to spark your entrepreneurial side.
An Agreement In Principle (AIP) can be provided within 3-5 days.
100% means 100%! Stamp, legals, insurances and all other associated soft costs are covered. The joint venture is structured to protect your profit and interests.
We provide 3 exit strategy products. They are Sell for Profit, Rinse & Repeat and Let & Hold.
You remain at the helm. We are there for project management support when you need us and leave you alone when you don't.
JaeVee is a trading name of Estateducation Ventures Ltd, registered in England & Wales with company number 10172481.
The registered office of the company is Studio 9 Netherconesford, 93-95 King Street, Norwich, NR1 1PW.
Estateducation Ventures Ltd (10172481) undertakes both regulated and unregulated business. Business activities described in the ‘Invest’ section of this website are considered regulated business. All other sections are considered unregulated. Note that senior debt and mezzanine finance is arranged by Teal Finance Ltd (registered in England and Wales no. 11305739), which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 923626).
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1 In 2017 there is approximately 27.2 million homes in the UK. Sources: ONS
2 An estimated 305,800 (250,000 in England, 35,000 in Scotland, 11,600 in Wales and 9,200 in Northern Ireland) need to be built per year to keep up with demand. Sources: FullFact.org, Homes For Scotland, Home Builders Federation, Wales. p.4 and Housing Market Symposium. p.3
3 In 2016/17 there were approximately 248,174 built (217,350 in England, 17,078 in Scotland, 7,000 in Wales and 6,746 in Northern Ireland) meaning a shortfall of 57,626 homes. Sources: Housing supply; net additional dwellings, England: 2016-17. p.1, Homes For Scotland, Home Builders Federation, Wales. p.4 and Northern Ireland Department For Communities