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Investment Opportunities 5


You don’t have to be a millionaire to invest in Mayfair


You’d be forgiven for thinking that investing in property in Mayfair, Belgravia and Knightsbridge was reserved for the extremely wealthy and ultra-high-net-worth individuals — and historically, you’d have been correct


However, it’s now possible to tap into these super-prime London loca- tions (and earn an attractive return in the process) without a fortuitous lottery win. While buying a property in these


areas of London could set you back millions (stamp duty alone on a £10m townhouse would be more than £1m), investing in the develop- ment of luxury homes is becoming more accessible thanks to innova- tions in the fi ntech sector. Everyday investors can now enter


this real estate space via market- place lending and enjoy typical returns of 8-12% on investments of as little as £1k. Marketplace lenders have opened up this market, providing fi nance for property developers where traditional fi nan- cial institutions may not. One such lender, CapitalRise, does this specif- ically for the prime and super-prime property market. Take, for example, a townhouse in


Mayfair in need of extensive modern- isation before being launched onto the market as a luxury dwelling. T e developer for this project will need to acquire funds to cover the cost of this development, before selling it on as a completely renovated, high-spec home for a sizeable profi t. Regulatory change has made it more diffi cult for


traditional fi nancial institutions to lend to this type of project, so savvy developers are seeking fi nance from alternative lenders. So how does it work? Capital-


Rise, an award-winning specialist in prime and super-prime property investment in London, bridges a gap between institutional fi nan- cial lenders and the devel- opers by raising funds through its online platform. ratising


Democ-


in this asset class allows


investors reserved for access


to the double digit returns


previously institu-


tions, hedge funds and people


investing everyday


leveraging the power of market-place lending this is now achievable from as little as £1k.” CapitalRise investors benefi t from


Open a CapitalRise IFISA today to benefi t from tax-free returns on your £20k annual allowance.


It’s not too late to make your money work harder with a free transfer in service, giving returns of on average 10% p.a.


in the ultra-high-


net-worth bracket. Uma Rajah, CEO and co-founder


of CapitalRise, comments: “We diff er from other investment platforms in that we off er higher-than-average returns — typically from 8%-12% per year — by cutting out the middlemen and giving investors direct access to some of the fi nest London real estate. Historically garnering double-digit returns from an asset-backed prop- erty would be something only achiev- able if you had millions to invest, by


securing a legal charge over their property investment. T is is further secured by the average loan to value (LTV) of investment opportuni- ties being 66%. In real terms, the value of the prime property would have to decrease in value by more than 34% for any capital or returns to be at risk, and as you have the legal charge on the property this value will never decrease to zero — which is a real risk when investing in stocks and shares.


T e CapitalRise team have


over 100 years of direct real estate, lending and investment experience between them, and the founding members invest


their own money


in every deal alongside inves- tors — testament to their confi - dence in the projected returns. Previous London developments have included prestigious addresses such as Eaton Square in Belgravia, Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, Yeoman’s Row in Knightsbridge,


Hyde Park Garden Mews and the Strand. Current CapitalRise inves- tors are enjoying average returns of 10% p.a. and almost £3m has been repaid to members in the past eight months. As


property


indeed nationally, are currently experiencing


a it’s


than other sub-sectors of the prop- erty market, including those of wider London and the UK. It’s all down to the well-known notion that with property only three things matter — location, location, location.


prices in London, downturn,


without doubt the best time to invest. T e prime market, which has been on the decline since 2014, bucks wider property trends. Since records began in 1979, during every property downturn, prime central London has fallen less and recovered faster


For more information


T: 020 3869 2620 capitalrise.com


CAPITALRISE IS AN APPOINTED REPRESENTATIVE OF GALLIUM FUND SOLUTIONS LIMITED, WHICH IS AUTHORISED AND REGULATED BY THE FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY, REGISTRATION NUMBER 487176. THE OPINIONS SET OUT IN THIS ARTICLE SHOULDN’T BE CONSTRUED AS OFFERING INVESTMENT OR TAX ADVICE. INVESTORS ARE URGED TO SEEK INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL ADVICE WHEN CONSIDERING AN INVESTMENT. INVESTING PLACES YOUR CAPITAL AT RISK. PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT A RELIABLE INDICATOR OF FUTURE RESULTS. THERE’S NO RECOGNISED MARKET TO SELL THIS INVESTMENT. TAX RULES AND ALLOWANCES DEPEND ON YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES AND MAY CHANGE.


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