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Simplifying BTR Investment in Cambridge

Building a process which specialises in speed and simplicity

Investment into the BTR sector is constantly reaching new highs as cities such as Cambridge continues to offer incredible opportunities for Build-to-Rent developers. With one of the UK’s most prestigious universities, Cambridge has a huge student population, and once they’ve graduated, they’ll be looking towards the rental market.

The current process isn’t built around speed and simplicity, so we’ve adapted it to make sure you can exchange contracts in as little as one month. Our team of residential property experts take care of every step from initial in-house valuations to preparing balanced and fair contracts. This kooky approach may seem different, but it’s better, and by guaranteeing the sale of all your units, we save you time and money.

If you have a residential development containing between 30 and 300-units, then we’re interested. We provide large upfront deposits and backing from Delph Property Group, so you know you can rely on us. Join us on our kooky quest to simplify the BTR, PRS and residential investment process and find out how why our approach separates us from the competition.

To find out more, get in touch with our team of experts today by calling 0207 907 5565 or fill in the form below, and a member of our team will be in touch.

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Kooky Redhill

As of 2019, we have worked in partnership with Coplan Estates on on two major town centre mixed-use schemes. The most recent of these is Kooky Redhill, consisting of 150 one- and two-bedroom units, amenity spaces, cinema, leisure and retail units.

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Speak to Nicholas Belkin, our Head of Acquisitions, on 0207 907 5555 or complete the form and we will get straight back to you.

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