All Types of Secure Investments
Assured Returns & Exit
8% – 12% Annual Returns
Investing in Hotels
Investing in Hotels and Investing in Hotel rooms is among the most profitable of all hospitality investments. We find that large numbers of Investors are increasingly moving their Investments to Hotels and Hotel rooms.
Investing In Care Homes
UK Care Home Investment and Investment in Residential Care Homes are both an ethical way to Invest your money. The shortage of care home places has been increasing exponentially over the last decade or so and many areas will have a shortage of Care Home beds within 5 years. Here at Investinrooms we are offering the opportunity to Invest in Care Homes as both an ethical and a profitable investment and in many cases hands off with good returns. Your investment in these projects, will place you at the forefront of this dynamic sector and take advantage of the following benefits: Entering a rapidly growing market, with high and steadily growing demand. Investing in a care home that is managed and operated professionally, based on over a decade of experience.
Student Accommodation Investment
Student accommodation has evolved to
become one of the most successful real estate
asset classes in the UK.
Buy to Let Investments
In our opinion at Investinrooms, investing in buy-to-let property in the right locations and with the right product, may well turn out to be an effective way to increase the size of your portfolio and with appropriate tax relief, for example on buy-to-let mortgages, incurred costs for managing the property may well be off set against your tax bill. This would include lettings fees, furniture, insurance cover, maintenance and repairs, ground rent, council tax and bills.
All transactions are conducted through UK solicitors. Leases are issued to investors and buy back agreements / options form part of the legal sales contract.
How can an investor receive a return that benefits them? We ALL know property is the key. But buying a house, renovating, dealing with builders, architects, planners and then tenants can all be a nightmare.
Will the house go up in value or could it go down? Do I need a mortgage and what about the legal costs and stamp duty? And what could you purchase for under, say £80,000, even if you could get the money.
But what if you can choose your level of investment and still get a good return. What if there is an exit strategy in place. What if your investment is secure?
Please do talk to us about your needs and requirements.