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FAQs

How are the properties valued?

We use a variety of different methods in valuing property from RICS approved partner surveyors, HM land registry records, Rightmove’s Sold Index, and Zoopla’s Zed-Index. We’re firm believers in local knowledge so we have a panel of RICS approved partner surveyors throughout the UK to provide projections on regional reports (growth & declines), and market knowledge to provide insight into the potential of each individual asset.

Our panel of RICS approved partner surveyors can value each individual asset every 6 months. As a result, in an average investment term of 3 years, an individual property could be valued up to 6 times. In addition, it must be remembered that the real value of a property is the price that someone will pay for it when we come to exit. Our valuations are no guarantee of a property price, and your own due diligence should be conducted. That said, our profits are tied to yours. We believe it is in both our interest and yours to conduct extensive research into a property’s potential, and ensure we are doing it in the best way possible.

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Properties

SPV1003

Sheringham, Norfolk, NR26

SPV1003

100% Funded

£5,315,794

of £5,315,794

100%

Funded

Exit Strategy

Sell For Profit

Investment Term

18 months

Funding Complete

SPV1004

Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3

SPV1004

100% Funded

£7,327,378

of £7,327,378

100%

Funded

Exit Strategy

Sell For Profit

Investment Term

24 months

Funding Complete

SPV1009

Stroud Green, London, N4

SPV1009

100% Funded

£3,434,918

of £3,434,918

100%

Funded

Exit Strategy

Sell For Profit

Investment Term

15 months

Funding Complete

SPV1012

Norwich, Norfolk, NR3

SPV1012

100% Funded

£9,302,623

of £9,302,623

100%

Funded

Exit Strategy

Sell For Profit

Investment Term

24 months

Funding Complete

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