Since 2012, we've helped friends, family and professional clients earn a return on their money, paying a monthly interest rate and returning the funds after 6 to 18 months.
FREE TICKET TO BRISTOL's BIGGEST PROPERTY MEETING
Co-Founder Nick Josling is the host of Bristol’s biggest property investment meeting, Bristol pin. Tickets are usually £20. Offer applies to first-time visitors only.
Since 2012, we've borrowed and paid-back more than £2.2 million of private funding. Please ask us for case studies and references.
We only ever work with friends, family and professional clients. Most of our business comes from word-of-mouth recommendation. We are always happy for you to speak to our existing clients (with their permission of course).
We always have our own money in every project and we are extremely risk adverse. We always have a number of "exits" and we buy well to minimise risk.
We don't use jargon that nobody understands. We like to keep things simple, from our processes to our legal agreements and terms, while ensuring you have peace of mind.
The Bristol Property Partnership team have more than 25 years experience in the property sector. Between us, we've sourced, refurbished and re-financed (or sold) more than 70 properties.
Investment opportunities occur on a project-by-project basis. We always have a waiting list for investment which we allocate as opportunities arise every few months. Please contact us for more information.
If you're fed up of the interest you're earning on your savings, pension or stock-market investments, why not get in touch with us? We offer fixed rate returns paid monthly into your bank account with your investment repaid in full at the end of the term.
The population of Bristol is projected to increase by 9.3% between 2015 and 2025, adding 41,000 more people to a city of 450,000 (Savills Bristol Cross Sector Report 2016).
The city is home to some of the country's biggest employers including Airbus UK, Rolls Royce, Aardman Animations, BBC, Royal Bank of Scotland, AXA, Toshiba Research Europe, Lloyds Banking Group, Orange, Hewlett Packard and Garrad Hassan.
The local economy is buoyant and Bristol's 260,000 workforce is predicted to grow by 9.5% between 2016 and 2026 fuelling the demand for both office space and residential homes (Savills Bristol Cross Sector Report 2016).
Bristol has been consistently named as the best city to live in for quality of life by newspapers such as the Independent and Sunday Times. One of the drivers behind recent property price rises has been "London money", from people living in the South East looking for a better quality of life.