Is now the right time to consider alternative investments?

Britain’s housing market has slowed significantly in recent months, a trend that will be welcome to prospective homebuyers and less welcome to those trying to sell.

Official Land Registry data shows that annual house price growth in the UK was 5.6% in June. That may still sound like a roaring market, but growth is down from 8% this time last year. Activity is also slowing. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)’s monthly UK Residential Market Survey described the market as “stagnant” since May.

The opportunity has never been greater to consider investing in alternative assets that offer you a stable, secure return over a set period of time and easy exit strategies offering an option to resell your asset with minimal risk.

At HyLife, we believe it is important to offer our investors the best available assets in the market by following several important points;

  • A fully managed income generating asset
  • Investments based upon a sustainable business model
  • A choice of realistic exit strategies 
  • Leases from a minimum of 125 years
  • Completed & Operational for immediate returns
  • Minimum returns of 8% NET

Following these important factors, we view the UK Care sector as a strong opportunity to maximise your investment returns.

With a quarter of people above the age of 90 living in communal care homes, and 7 in every 1,000 people above the age of 60 living in care homes there is a significant demand for quality housing and care provision in the UK. As a result, UK Care Home Investments are fast becoming a popular alternative investment option for many wishing to invest in property in a growing sector.  With increasing life expectancy for the UK population, demand for UK Care Homes is forecast to increase by a minimum of 20% in the next 10 years.

We have opportunities to benefit from a fully operational care home investment located across major UK destinations.

Each property is developed to meet Care Quality Commission (CQC) guidelines. The CQC is the independent regulator of health and social care in England, responsible for monitoring, inspecting and regulating health and social care services

For more information or to discuss how this opportunity can benefit you, please contact us using the below button and we will be happy to help.

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