Combining real estate with green technologies
We all know that real estate can be a solid and profitable investment – but did you know it can also be an ethical one? Eco-property can offer investors the potentially high returns that come with investing in property, alongside the knowledge that their money is being used to improve the built environment and reduce carbon emissions.
Moregreen Capital’s business plan: Overview
With a team comprising people with decades of experience in engineering, project management, town planning and real estate, Moregreen is currently in the process of raising £5 million through an issuance of bonds paying investors between 10% and 12% interest per annum. Its business model is structured around a two-stage process, meaning that the company can generate profit in both the short and long term.
Moregreen Capital’s business plan: Stage 1
In Stage 1, the company’s experienced team find and assess land for purchase and resale with strong potential for development planning and consequent rapid uplifts in value. They are currently focusing on areas including the London-to-Grantham corridor, North Norfolk, Cambridge and its surrounds and various ‘green belt’ locations – the socio-economic characteristics of these regions mean that they have minimal vulnerability to economic shocks.
Moregreen Capital’s business plan: Stage 2
After this, Moregreen will embark on Stage 2, whereby the company will itself develop the land, building innovative eco-housing schemes that reduce waste and carbon emissions and provide healthier, more sustainable places for people to live.
Highly experienced team
The team’s wealth of knowledge and strong networks in this field mean that they can identify a site with strong potential quickly, commission the necessary designs and acquire planning consents where others cannot. Once these processes have been undertaken, the improved land can be sold on at profit to other developers. This creates a consistent income stream with which to satisfy investors and consolidate the business in the first three years.
The market for eco-property
The demand for this kind of housing is on the rise – Britain suffers from a shortage of housing supply generally, and there is also increasing interest in eco-property due to its durability, economical running and maintenance costs and reliable long-term market value. By 2021, it is estimated that 40% of all new building schemes in the UK will be classified as ‘green’. It’s a prime time to invest in eco-property, and the Moregreen team’s formidable track record of designing and raising capital for multimillion-pound developments makes the company the ideal investment choice in this field.
Please be aware that as with any investment product there are risks and these investments are not covered by the FSCS. The past performance is not a guarantee of future performance. Your capital is at risk and returns are not guaranteed, rather they are dependent on the success of the company. This investment is not readily realisable, and you should be prepared to hold it for the full investment term. You can read more about the general risks of investment on our website and should refer to the offering document for risks specific to this investment.