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Buy to Order for property investors

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What is Buy to Order?

Many property investors would like to invest in supported living but don’t know where to start. Making contact with local providers can be tricky and property needs vary – how do you figure out what type of property to look for? We set up Buy to Order to help investors see specific property requirements before investing, find the right provider to work with and buy the right property for their chosen partner to lease. 

We have hundreds of supported living provider members across the UK and they are adding new property requests all the time. By becoming a Supported Living Gateway VIP member, you will gain access to these requests and be able to submit your proposals directly to the providers. The property requests contain all the crucial information you will need to select the right property: from the number of bedrooms and outdoor space/parking requirements, to the approximate rent the provider can afford to pay and the tenants they work with. Not only can you target the right sort of property purchases, you can also partner with a provider that best resonates with your own values.  

What is Buy to Order?

This creates a win-win situation: providers are able to find properties that meet their requirements, and property investors can target their next acquisition to create homes for those who need them the most whilst simultaneously growing their supported living portfolio.  

Our fee structure is simple: on top of your monthly membership fee, you pay us a one-off lease arrangement fee, which is the equivalent of one months lease amount plus VAT. 

See all property investor membership benefits and sign up on our member page

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