London Residential Property Bond

  • Central London property Investments.
The team:

The Company’s managing director has over 30 years of development experience.  The Bond and the security is administered by Real Estate Associates whose directors include a chartered accountant and chartered surveyor with extensive property finance experience.

Experience:

The Group is part of a number of companies which for the last eight years has focused on the prime central London residential market, developing award-winning houses, apartments and penthouses priced in the region of £2m to £40m.  The group’s experienced management, skilled craftsmen, specialist market and a pipeline of current and potential projects produce an opportunity for expansion.

Contact:

Millbak Ltd

116, West Heath Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 7TU

0208 209 3715

stuartg@millbak.com

North West LONDON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY BOND

FOR HIGH NET WORTH’S AND SOPHISTICATED INVESTORS

Opportunity:

The Company is raising a Bond to finance current and potential residential developments by its associated or related companies in London’s St John’s Wood and surrounding neighbourhoods.  

Interest:

8.0% per annum, payable semi-annually in arrears in April and October each year.

After 3 years the yield increases to 12%.

Subscription:

£25,000 and then in increments of £1,000.

Minimum 3 years

Repayment:

5th April 2020 unless repaid earlier. Earlier repayment may be any time at the Company’s discretion.

Purpose:

To provide investment and working capital to the Company principally in respect of proposed residential property developments in London’s St John’s Wood and surrounding neighbourhoods.

Security:

A charge over the Company’s assets, and charges over associated and related companies’ assets. The issue of new Bonds is subject to the Company’s total borrowings not exceeding 90% of the available security.

London’s property market:

According to ONS statistics, London’s population is projected to grow by 13% over the next ten years, outstripping the 7% projection for all-England.  The Centre for Economic & Business Research forecasts that London will account for almost a third of all UK growth in the period to 2019. London possesses the largest and most liquid real estate market of all European cities.

Commentators have attributed this record to factors including the capital’s worldwide reputation as a financial services base; the UK’s perceived ‘safe-haven’ status both politically and independent of the Euro proving attractive to investors; and the attraction of the city for foreign and domestic workers.