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UNS Homes Ltd is a property renovation company that purchases houses and revitalises their interiors before selling them on at a profit.

These guys know that it takes more than a lick of paint and a little elbow grease to make a house a home. By continuing to come up with new ideas, the company stays ahead of the marketplace and creates modern-look interiors. Such innovative thinking has helped the company build a solid track record, having sold every one of its refurbished properties since 2008 when the company was first established. This thinking also contributed to the company almost quadrupling its profits year-on-year in 2013. UNS Home’s current trading figures show a monthly turnover of over £31,000.

The renovators recently identified a way in which it can use its extensive knowledge and ties with contractors and suppliers to take advantage of a growing market with huge potential. With the backing of a loan-funded investment, the company wants to make its renovation expertise available to homeowners as a service, providing customers with tailor-made renovations.

A loan investment will ensure the company has enough working capital to take on new projects and help them keep growing business. The loan investment will also ensure the company is able to benefit from supplier discounts that are only available with immediate payment.

  • Expired
  • £6,950
    raised of £60,000 goal
  • Expired
    20 Dec 2014
  • 13

  • Platform
  • Housing and Property
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