Resources For Investors

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Below you will find a selection of resources we have created to help you on your investment journey. Our goal is to be as transparent, and as helpful, as possible; which is why we have created documentation on topics from Permitted Development Rights to Mortgages for you to peruse. Our team is on hand to help with any further enquiries or questions you may have, you can get in touch by clicking here.

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Debt & Equity

"In the world of finance and lending, there’s a huge difference between debt and equity. Understanding the difference between the two can have a substantial impact on your investment decisions moving forward..."

Instruments

"Property remains one of the most popular forms of investing for consumers, given the returns available in the UK market – and Loan Notes, or Property Bonds, are one of the most attractive options for gaining access.."

Permitted Development

"Since September 2020, the law surrounding Permitted Development Rights has changed, providing developers with greater opportunities to convert commercial buildings into a residential property without having..."

Sourcing Locations

"The UK is increasingly committed to the project of regeneration, rejuvenation, and levelling up. Expanded permitted development rules mean that disused commercial properties can be transformed into..."

Joint Venture

"In the world of property financing, Joint Ventures are built on a simple idea. When two or more groups bring together their skills, resources, and capital to build or renovate properties..."

New Builds

"There’s not a standard definition of New Builds – the term can mean different things to different people. As a rule, New Builds are properties that have either been built or, sometimes, converted in recent times..."

Charges & Debenture

"Since Hunter Jones Group's alternative investments involve the likes of loan notes, its investors are given the same securities that any lender would receive – including security charges. The holder of “First Charge” is..."

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