Are you a Landowner looking to maximise the value of your land disposal?

Are you a Landowner looking to maximise the value of your land disposal?

We offer a range of acquisition/disposal methods to best suit your needs and your desired timeframe.

Whether that be an immediate straight purchase, or a longer term site-fine purchase offering a higher return, over an agreed period.  We offer 3 distinct models of land acquisition, each can be discussed in detail with a member of our team.  Below is a broad outline of how each method works :

1

Straight Purchase

We will consider the straight purchase of any land which is zoned for housing/residential under the relevant Local Area Plan.  This could be greenfield or brownfield land with, or without, planning approval/history.

In this type of purchase, we would simply agree a price with you, appoint Solicitors and then move to sign a contract.  Once contracts are signed and a deposit is paid, we would then normally complete the purchase within 4-6 weeks of formally entering contract.

2

Joint Venture

Depending on your experience and appetite for profit share, we will consider a joint venture agreement to acquire/develop your lands from start to finish, on an open-book basis.

This method is normally reserved only for the experienced Seller/Landowner, as it involves more risk and may incur higher taxes/costs, if you’re not already in this type of business.

2

Joint Venture

Depending on your experience and appetite for profit share, we will consider a joint venture agreement to acquire/develop your lands from start to finish, on an open-book basis.

This method is normally reserved only for the experienced Seller/Landowner, as it involves more risk and may incur higher taxes/costs, if you’re not already in this type of business.

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3

Staged Purchase

This works in much the same way as a straight purchase, i.e. you agree a price per site, or a percentage of the value of each house sale, then appoint Solicitors and move to contract.  The difference is that the purchase price is paid to you in equal staged payments, as each house is sold, so it takes longer to receive the full sale proceeds.

The key difference, and benefit to you, of the Staged Payment model is that the purchase price paid is much higher than the current open-market value, so if you’re not in a hurry to receive all of your money, you will receive a guaranteed higher return, over a slightly longer period.

Here are the pros and cons, as we see them :

Pros  – At no cost to you, we will :

  • Offer Maximum Purchase Price
  • Guarantee Payment
  • Secure Effective Planning Approval
  • Secure all Statutory Approvals and Connections
  • Secure all Road and Sewer Bonds
  • Form the Open Space Management Company
  • Take on all Customer Care & Home Warranties
  • Include a Long-stop cut-off date

Cons :

  • Extended Return Period

3

Staged Purchase

This works in much the same way as a straight purchase, i.e. you agree a price per site, or a percentage of the value of each house sale, then appoint Solicitors and move to contract.  The difference is that the purchase price is paid to you in equal staged payments, as each house is sold, so it takes longer to receive the full sale proceeds.

The key difference, and benefit to you, of the Staged Payment model is that the purchase price paid is much higher than the current open-market value, so if you’re not in a hurry to receive all of your money, you will receive a guaranteed higher return, over a slightly longer period.

Here are the pros and cons, as we see them :

Pros  – At no cost to you, we will :

  • Offer Maximum Purchase Price
  • Guarantee Payment
  • Secure Effective Planning Approval
  • Secure all Statutory Approvals and Connections
  • Secure all Road and Sewer Bonds
  • Form the Open Space Management Company
  • Take on all Customer Care & Home Warranties
  • Include a Long-stop cut-off date

Cons :

  • Extended Return Period
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If you’re interested in talking to us about your options, then please contact our offices to speak with a member of our team further.

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