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Equity Crowdfunding » Housing and Property

Kings Mill Development Phase 2 - Interim Equity

Status: Expired

An opportunity to invest in the development of a collection of stylish new homes consisting, in total, of 43x, 2 and 3 bed houses and 103x, 1 and 2 bed apartments.
 
This significant development by Prosperity will bring much needed housing stock to meet the demand from first time buyers as well as from the rental market. The development will be carried out in four phases and a proportion of each phase has been purchased by Prosperity to be sold onto investment buyers.
 
We are raising equity for the purchase of the site (Subject To Planning) in tranches linked to each Phase. Phase 2 will provide 17x, 2 bed houses and 3x, 3 bed houses, all to be completed within the first 18 months of the build program. All the 2 bed houses are pre-sold to Prosperity generating nearly £2m of sales revenue, and the 3 bed houses will be sold off-plan to local buyers.
 
The developer has secured the site and is contributing £300k of the total equity, with the remainder coming from CrowdLords Investors. In return for an investment in this Phase, holders of Redeemable Class C shares will receive 45.6% of their share of the projected profit which equates to around 39% of projected Phase 2 net profits, after tax. This will be paid as a capital gain when the shares are redeemed at a price of £1.30 per share, on or before the 28th February 2019.
 

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    Funding progress


  • £149,299
    pledged
  • 45%
    of goal
  • Expired
    18 Jul 2017

    £333,300
    target

    0.00%
    equity available

    Unknown
    investors

    £Unknown
    pledge per investor

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