Our Core Values

Integrity

We are investors just like you. We understand that deciding on the right investment is a big decision and that’s why you will never feel pressured into buying. In fact we are the only investment company out there who offer our ‘buy with confidence guarantee’. That means that if you are not absolutely happy with your investment choice we will offer a full refund on your reservation deposit within 7 days.

Transparency

As consumers we all find it frustrating when information is hidden during the buying process. That’s why we pride ourselves on giving our investors the full picture by offering full investment details and market fundamentals up front. This means you have access to floor plans, full financial breakdown, developer background and our full due diligence process to help you make an informed decision.

Passion

Having over 20 years of property investment experience we live and breathe property. When you speak to any of our knowledgeable consultants you are speaking to experienced investors who understand the market and can offer you personal experience and not just analytical data.

*Reservation deposits paid directly to developers to secure units can only be refunded as per specific developers terms. If a reservation deposit cannot be refunded we will do our best to transfer your reservation to another unit or development.

LATEST NEWS

KNOWLEDGE

Give up, boss tells fed‑up landlords. Buy my shares instead

Build-to-rent is the future, says the chief executive of Grainger The head of Britain’s biggest residential rental company has told amateur landlords to give up and buy shares in her company instead, because the traditional rental sector’s days are numbered. Helen Gordon, the chief executive of Grainger, a build-to-rent developer that has 8,431 flats across […]

Lloyds dismisses Brexit fears and adds £4bn sweetener for investors

Lloyds Banking Group has defended its decision to return £4 billion to shareholders despite mounting concerns about the potential impact of Brexit. George Culmer, its finance chief, insisted that Lloyds, which conducts more than 95 per cent of its business in Britain, was “not at all” complacent in deciding to raise its dividend and return […]

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