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  • Fraser Slater

$100m Prime Central London Portfolio Up For Grabs

Updated: Mar 4, 2019


London property buying agency Ludgrove has collated a $100m portfolio of Prime Central London property opportunities offering an estimated Return on Capital (un-leveraged) in a range of 15% to 35% and rental yields (on capital invested) ranging from 3.75% to 5.5%.


The Development properties have been sourced from both the private and public market and are located in Prime areas including Mayfair, Kensington, Chelsea, Notting Hill & St John's Wood. Separately Ludgrove has also identified a number of Prime Bulk Purchase Opportunities sourced from distressed Developers that are offered at significantly discounted rates. Examples of the properties can be found on the Ludgrove website and include:

The typical development timeframe for each project is around 10-14 months and the vast majority either require a straight refurbishment and re-configuration or come with planning permission to extend already granted. Being a full service Property Buying Agency, Ludgrove can assist the Buyer with the Development from Design, Construction, Finance, Interior Design, Furniture Staging through to Rental.


The portfolio would be well suited to a large Domestic or Overseas Investors looking to gain significant access to a depressed Prime Central London property market. Overseas Investors are particularly well placed given the 18% Fall in PCL Capital Values since 2014, the significant depreciation of Sterling and the kicker of the development upside through the Ludgrove Portfolio. The chart below highlights the underlying discounts on offer to various overseas Buyers since the 2014 peak:

Overseas Buyers are particularly well placed to capitalise on the fall in Prime London property values.

Ludgrove is run by Fraser Slater who has a background as a Real Estate Analyst, Fund Manager and Chelsea Property Developer. Slater stated:


"Large Investors like Prime Central London as an asset class because of its exceptional track-record of consistent returns with low volatility but they struggle to gain access in any meaningful size. By packaging these opportunities in one bundle, Investors gain access, value for money, significant capital upside potential and superior rental yields. We estimate our development portfolio will return Investors around 20% on cost at current market prices although if leverage were added, returns could be enhanced significantly. In view of the negative sentiment surrounding Brexit and the strong and consistent historic performance of Prime Central London (PCL) over many years, we believe now is an opportune time to invest."


For further information please contact Ludgrove Property.


Contact Details:


Fraser Slater

Chief Executive

Ludgrove Property

43 Berkeley Square

Mayfair

London W1J 5AP

Tel: 0207 889 2860

Email: info@ludgroveproperty.com

Web: www.ludgroveproperty.com


Fraser Slater is the CEO and Founder of Ludgrove Property. Prior to Ludgrove he spent 20 years as a Fund Manager. In the course of his career he was a Real Estate Analyst, the Fund Manager of a £6bn Equity portfolio for USS Ltd and was the Founder and CEO of WDB Capital, a London based Fund Management business. WDB Capital was on of the best performing Funds in Europe during the Financial Crisis and in 2008 was nominated for New Fund of the Year by EuroHedge. After leaving The City, Fraser developed property in Chelsea. He started Ludgrove with an ambition to be Prime London's leading Property Buying agency with an emphasis on original research and delivering a highly value added service to clients.


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