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Where does your money go?

We take a closer look at where we spread your money when you invest.

Ant Beddows

Ant Beddows

May 13th, 2019

When you invest with Propio, we take your money and lend it to property professionals to help them finance the development, refurbishment and purchase of properties. A bit like a mortgage, the money that we lend is secured against one or more properties. This means that even if a borrower were unable to pay back the money we’ve lent them, then the property could be repossessed and sold to repay investors – although it rarely gets to this stage.

In the past, we’ve lent money to fund a variety of projects across the UK and here are just some examples of the properties that we’ve lent investor money against.

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Witney – Some flats located on the High street in Witney, Oxfordshire.

 

Hemel Hempstead – Land located in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire on which a series of new homes will be built.

 

Southsea – A 2-bedroom terraced house in Southsea near Portsmouth.

 

Padstow – A 4-bedroom holiday rental in Padstow, Cornwall.

 

Bedford – A retail space with flats above in Bedfordshire.

 

Dartford – A 3-bedroom terraced house close to Belvedere train station near Dartford in Kent.

 

Bexhill-on-Sea – A bed and breakfast located in Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex.

 

Truro – A farm with barns that will be converted into homes in Truro, Cornwall.

 

Cardiff – A series of shops with flats above in Cardiff, South Wales

 

Swansea – An old office building which will be converted into 50+ (affordable) apartments, shops and office space in Swansea, South Wales.

 

Telford – A new housing development located in Telford, Shropshire.

 

We are constantly working hard to add new properties to our portfolio, allowing your money to be as diversified as possible throughout the UK.

Ant Beddows

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Ant Beddows

May 13th, 2019

Capital is at risk. Investments are illiquid. No FSCS cover. Tax rules apply. See Risks.

Investments are high risk. Capital is at risk. Underlying investments are highly illiquid. No FSCS protection. Tax rules apply and may be subject to change. See Risks.