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CLARKS ROW, OXFORD PHASE A - 8.75% RETURN P.A.

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Investment Summary

  • OVERVIEW – This investment opportunity gives CapitalRise members access to fund the first phase of a loan for the development of three new townhouses in central Oxford.
  • PROPERTY – The townhouses will all benefit from three bedrooms and two bathrooms, laid out over three or four floors. The development is on the site of an existing 17th-century property and will retain the original outer wall, to remain in keeping with the traditional local architecture and aesthetics. 
  • PLAN – The developer is using this first phase of funding to acquire the site, complete with planning permission for the proposed scheme. The total expected investment term is 20-22 months, covering 14 months of development and a 6-8 months sales period.
  • LOCATION – The site is located just a stone's throw from Oxford University's Christ Church College and a short walk from the river Thames. It is also within a mile of the mainline railway, with direct transport links to central London.
  • YOUR INVESTMENT – Investors will benefit from a first legal charge over the property, therefore, in the event of a forced sale of the property, CapitalRise investors would recover their investment first. The value of the property would have to be 34.5% less than the anticipated market value upon completion of the refurbishment before investors' capital and returns are put at risk.
  • SALES PRICE – Strutt & Parker have provided an independent Red Book Valuation of £2.6 million upon completion of the development.
  • EXIT PLAN – Construction of the property is scheduled to complete part way through the term providing a suitable period for the borrower to refinance their debt.