How To Secure an Investor For Your Property Business


In this blog post, I will be sharing how you can secure an investor for your property business.

Create a business plan

A business plan is essential when starting your property business. For those that aren’t familiar with what a business plan is, it is essentially a plan that establishes your businesses journey to growth. When seeking investments, this is the first thing a potential investor will look at.

Get a team

Having a team at first is not essential, but it helps.

Decide the amount of investment you need to secure

When networking and trying to find an investor, it’s important to decide the amount of funding you want to secure. For example, if you’re doing Serviced Accommodation or Rent to Rent, you’ll need at least £3000-5000 to get a deal over the line.

Legal protections

When starting your business, it’s important to take on the advice and guidance of an experienced legal professional. An investor won’t be willing to invest in a business that does not have legitimate insurance, regardless of how good the investment opportunity may be.

Get a solicitor

You need to find and hire the right solicitor so that your investment can be completed as smooth and efficient as possible.

Find your investors

You can find investor’s by going to networking events, joining a community such as Assets for Life or utilising social media. Additional private investor’s can be found in your network such as the agents working on the sale. When finding investor’s, take your time, ensure that they’re the right fit and try to build a relationship with them.

Click here to listen me explain exactly what to say to a potential investor.

Before you get started, always remember to get legal advice so you know.

If you need additional help with how to secure funders for your property business, ask for help in our Facebook Community Page.

Alternatively, why not utilise this group as a place to get to know other likeminded people and pitch to potential investor’s – you never know who your next joint venture (JV) partner could be!

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