Social Housing Property Portfolio
Investment opportunities have arisen in the Social Housing property market across the European property market. The investment opportunities have arisen as a result of the economic financial crisis of 2008 which made European policy makers aware of the key role social housing must play to achieve a stable and social coherence. This resulted in a number of initiatives at European Level:
With social housing a clearly defining issue of our times, we have identified the following:
The Board believes that the as a result of the EU action framework for social housing, the Board intend to take advantage of this opportunity, by acquiring Social Housing property portfolios.
The use of bridging finance has become more widespread in recent years, that it is now viewed as part of the conventional financial market products, and in recent times the range of circumstances in which bridging finance is being used has significantly expanded.
The market for bridging loans has grown steadily in recent years, and is useful for businesses looking for fast and flexible, short term financing solutions. It provides them with quick funding required to remedy a cash flow issue or to take advantage of an investment opportunity which they otherwise may have not been able to secure.