I’m thrilled to be mentioned on the cover of this year’s very first issue of Qandor Magazine! In this issue, I have written an interesting case study for our 25,000 sq ft development in Lime Grove, Gloucester, where I shared our main challenges and the lessons we learned along the way. By publishing this case […]
Check out my recently published article in Property Investor Today. It delves into the issue of the rising demand for sustainable homes and how investors and property developers such as myself are responding to this call. I have also enumerated my top tips on how you can boost your sustainability measures in your properties. Additionally, […]
I had a great time with John Howard during this episode of Property Question Time with host Stephen Galpin where we talked about property development amid the pandemic. For those who missed the live broadcast last Tuesday on Sky 191, here’s your chance to watch it on Property TV’s YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/OTJ6BVgiBEg
Following Boris Johnson’s announcement of a second national lockdown until 2 December, the Ministry of Housing confirmed that the housing market is to remain open. In a tweet on Saturday, 31 October, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick stated: “Yes – the housing market will remain open throughout this period. Everyone should continue to play their part in reducing the spread of the virus by following the current guidance.” The news presents welcome relief to the thousands of house hunters who are eager to find a property and move house ahead of the stamp duty deadline next year.
I’ve contributed to an article for the Showhouse publication expressing my support following the tweet of Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick that the housing market is to remain open in the midst of a second national lockdown until 2 December.
I am delighted to share that my feature on Property Question Time will be aired tomorrow at 8 pm on Sky 192. It will also broadcast on Property TV’s YouTube channel, premiering live simultaneously.
Sharing my thoughts about a subject which The Independent publication had asked for expert commentary on: Is more building the answer to the UK housing question?
Why should Property Developers crowdfund equity? As internet-based crowdfunding platforms like CrowdWithUs, Propnology and Homegrown gain traction by accumulating committed communities of investors, they are beginning to challenge traditional forms of equity for property development projects such as family offices and private equity funds.
I’ve been hanging around with lots of legends of the property world recently. And this guy is no exception. Yes, none other than the one and only Ryan Carruthers of Venture Property in Lincoln.
Are you interested in crowdfunding equity for your property development project? If you have been following MELT Homes for a while, you will have heard about how we have been successfully crowdfunding equity for our property development projects. We completed our first crowdfunded equity raise in November 2017, raising £200,000 in equity on ONE62, the development of six luxury flats in Hythe, Kent which you can see on the left-hand side of the picture above.