BMV (Below Market Value) properties
are sourced through network of online portals, auction houses and local agents in central England
Purchased with tenants already in place generating Gross rental yield above 10 %
Purchased at minimum 20% Below Market Value (BMV). Additional equity is then created through extensions, adding bedrooms, loft conversions, and kitchen / bathroom renovations. Once maximum value generated a re-finance from trusted lending UK institution @ 75% LVR and given to managing agent to rent out.
Purchased at minimum 20% BMV with additional equity created as listed above however property is then sold generating up front profit.
BMV To Rental
BMV To Flip
Population : 780,000
West Yorkshire Urban Area : 1,800,000
Leeds is the largest legal and financial centre in the UK outside of London with more than 30 national and international banks. Leeds also boats four universities and has the fourth largest student population in the country. Leeds is also the UK's third largest manufacturing centre with around 1,800 firms and 39,000 employees.
Population : 325,000
Crewe hosts a number of light industry and offices. Crewe Business Park is a 67-acre site with offices, research and IT manufacturing. Major presences on site include Air Products, Barclay's Bank and Fujitsu Services Ltd. The 12 acre Crewe Gates Industrial Estate which is adjacent to Crewe Business Park hosts smaller industry including the ice cream van manufacturer Whitby Morrison. Community projects are estimated to benefit from HS2 funding while property Price Growth has increased 7% Since 2014.
Stoke On Trent
Population : 270,726
Neighbouring boroughs of Newcastle-under-Lyme and Staffordshire Moorlands form part of North Staffordshire. The Michelin tyre company HQ and both Sainsbury's supermarket and The Co-operative Pharmacy have large warehouses in the city. Vodafone has a large call centre in Festival Park with Stoke-on-Trent’s City Council as the city's largest single employer. The council is estimated to spend £473.5m by 2021 on regeneration projects. Another major employer is the Royal Stoke University Hospital with over 7,000 staff.
Population : 306,000
Nottingham Urban Area : 733,000
Nottingham hosts large company HQ’s such as Boots, Sports Direct, Langley Holdings and Experian. Nottingham also houses smaller industry located in the Nottingham, Beeston & Sherwood Business Parks. In 2015, Nottingham was ranked in the top 10 UK cities for job growth (from 2004 to 2013), both in the public and private sectors. And in the same year, it was revealed that more new companies were started in Nottingham in 2014-15 than in any other UK city, with a 68% year-on-year increase.
Population : 158,141
Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster : 308,900
Due to its proximity to major urban centres and motorway/rail infrastructure , Doncaster has a number of major distribution centres including the 420 acre Doncaster International Railport which dispatches goods to Europe by rail and the international airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport opened in 2005.The area boasts large warehousing and logistic capabilities for retailers such as Next, Tesco, IKEA, Amazon.com, Lidl and Faberge.