30+ years of experience and genuine passion for what we do
Investing with purpose
Benefitting investors whilst supporting those most in need
Our social housing properties are managed and paid for by local councils, giving investors the opportunity to earn stable rental incomes whilst at the same time providing homes to some of the UK’s most vulnerable people.
The housing crisis in the UK at the moment
With young people finding it harder than ever to get on the property ladder and even adults with minimal capital unable to save for a deposit, there is a need across the UK for affordable rental homes.
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Diverse investment opportunities
The Buy-to-Let property market in the UK continues to flourish with more people than ever renting their home
This demand has been created by a general shortage of residential property and the challenge for young people and those without capital to get on the property ownership ladder.
Despite the UK’s exit from the European Union and the burden of the Covid-19 pandemic, investment remains strongly viable within UK regions, particularly in the north of England and Scotland where there is significant and ongoing government investment. This presents new opportunities as greater infrastructure investment will likely lead to higher rates of property value growth.
Our ethical social investment properties allow investors the choice of properties specifically identified within social housing programmes, where the tenant will be an individual or family of need, but where their tenancy and rental payments are supported by local government
Our off-plan portfolio highlights the increasing potential and high yields available in the north of England. With current opportunities in Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester, we will guide any interested parties along every step of the investment process.
Our social investment focus ensures each of our investors’ tenants will be individuals or families in need, with their tenancies and rental payments pre-arranged and paid by the local government.
Local Housing Allowance (LHA)
Local Housing Allowance (LHA) was introduced on 7 April 2008 to provide housing benefit entitlement for tenants renting private-sector accommodation in England, Scotland and Wales.
Housing benefit is:
- means tested social security benefit in the UK that is intended to help people with low incomes pay for rented accommodation and is governed by various acts of parliament.
- available to all those who are treated as liable to pay rent, have permanent right to reside in the UK and pass the habitual residence test.
- the second biggest item in the Department for Work and Pensions’ budget after the state pension.