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ST. GEORGE'S HILL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - 8% RETURN P.A.

Designer's impression of the planning approved property
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Investment Summary

  • Property - The current 1.6 acre site is located on the prestigious private gated estate of St. George's Hill in Weybridge and consists of an existing unmodernised property. The developer has secured planning permission to develop a new 14,000 sqft residential property that will consist of 6 bedrooms, gym, indoor pool and clubhouse. The planning sought permission for the largest possible property for the site. The final design will be refined prior to construction.
  • Purpose – Your investment will be used to provide a bridging loan to the borrower until construction of the property commences or the site is sold with the planning permission.
  • Your Investment - You will receive an interest rate of 8% per year that will be paid quarterly. Invest using the CapitalRise ISA for tax-free returns. If you invest through a standard investment CapitalRise is obliged to retain tax at the UK basic tax rate - currently 20% - on all interest payments made to you. This amount will be paid to HMRC on your behalf. Tax rules apply and may change.
  • Structure – Investors will benefit from a first legal charge on the property. In the event of a forced sale of the property, CapitalRise investors would recover their investment first. There is also a Personal Guarantee provided by the borrower.
  • Sales Price – Savills has provided a Red Book Valuation of £3 million for the site with approved planning permission.
  • Exit Plan - There are a number of possible scenarios that can occur for your investment to be returned. The developer could commence construction of the property at which point they will refinance the existing debt. Alternatively, the developer could sell the site, with planning permission, to another developer. The final option is for the developer to refinance via another bridging loan.