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Chandler's Ford, Hampshire
Chandler's Ford, Hampshire
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Investment Highlights

Forecast Annual Return 10.5% (paid at the end of the term)
Estimated Term 24 months
Expected Total Return 22.1% (based on estimated term)
Mininum investment £ 1,000
Amount Being Raised £ 1,350,000
Product Type Debt
Loan to value ratio 66% (at exit)

The expected total return is a forecast based on the estimated term and is not guaranteed. Past performance of previous projects is not indicative of future results for this project.

Investment Summary

  • Developer – Alfred Homes is an experienced house building company, specialising in Hampshire. It was established to create exceptional homes of great quality for 21st-century living. In the past 8 years they have developed over 66 homes worth in excess of £69m.
  • Location – Chandler's Ford is a highly desirable town in Hampshire some 7 miles south of the cathedral city of Winchester. This year it was ranked as one of the top ten places to live in the UK by the Centre for Economic and Business Research.
  • Project – Woodhill, designed by architect Andrew Smith, is a mix of twelve detached and semi-detached homes of a traditional external design with imaginative and contemporary interiors, set around a short private road.
  • Pricing – The average forecast sales price of £408 per sqft compares favourably to other projects Alfred Homes has already sold in the area. Local sales agents are forecasting higher average sale rates between £424 per sqft to £427 per sqft. House prices range from £715,000- £900,000.
  • Protection – The property would have to fall in value by over 34% for any of your invested capital and accrued return to be at risk. Investors benefit from the security of a second legal charge over the property.
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Capital at risk. Interest not guaranteed. See key risks.