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Less than 10 days ago we launched MELT Homes Lime Grove Project on the Crowd with Us site. Since then we’ve raised over£902,386for the project.If you’re considering investing in this project - there’s still time to get involved in this exciting development.
MELT Homes latest site in Gloucester, Lime Grove, is LIVE on Crowd With Us now. Lime Grove is an equity investment offer with projected returns of 26%-30% targeted over a 12-month period. Log in to view project details and to invest in this development.
Our belief is that there is a simple answer to this question, hot! For
many years Thornton Heath has been considered a transient place, nestled
next door to Croydon. In our view this town perched on the old Brighton
Main Line, has a lot to offer.
While ever increasing London property prices have been attractive to
investors, rising house prices have seen people priced out of the
According to the House Price Index for Greater London, the
average price of a home in London has almost doubled.
In order to meet the expectations of our investors, we have decided to change our entry level to £1000. Why this game change? We strongly believe in the power of crowdfunding and how it could bring accessibility to the property market.
One of the key questions for the UK, now it has voted to leave the European Union, is what will happen to property prices? Setting emotions aside, as property investors we should instead be asking, is this a good time for investing? Should we all submit to fear and panic?