In The Press

2017-12-13


FTADVISER

FTADVISER article about Homegrown

"Homegrown aims to give retail investors access to residential development projects – an area that has previously been restricted to high net-worth and institutional investors" Simon Allin


The Sunday Times

The Sunday Times article featuring Homegrown

"Russian and South African investors are also cashing in, with an effective discount of 21% since the Brexit vote, according to analysis by Homegrown, a housebuilding investment platform." Hugh Graham


The Telegraph

The Telegraph article featuring Homegrown

Anthony Rushworth, founder of Homegrown, a housebuilding investment platform, said: “This is two-speed Britain in action. It’s now clear that great swathes of the UK have suffered terribly in the aftermath of the financial crash while areas in high demand have shrugged it off and surged ahead." Isabelle Fraser


Mail Online

MailOnline article about Homegrown

"Crowdfunding platform Homegrown is allowing everyday investors the chance to back residential developments from the ground up through an equity investment from as little as £500." Sarah Davidson


International Business Times

International Business Times article featuring Homegrown

"Philip Hammond has delivered the first Autumn Budget in 21 years, which could also be the penultimate budget before Brexit, if the Chancellor keeps his promise to stick to one major fiscal event a year." Dan Cancian, Gaurav Sharma


City A.M.

City A.M. article about Homegrown

“We like to think we’re filling a major hole for many UK investors left by the buy-to-let exodus. With the raft of tax changes imposed on it, buy-to-let is no longer the investment it was and investors are increasingly looking for alternatives.” Lucy White


The Wharf

The Wharf printed article featuring Homegrown


This Is Money

This Is Money article about Homegrown

"We are acutely aware of the housing crisis and we don’t exacerbate this by buying up existing homes to rent out. What we do is commit investors’ funds to help established small and medium-sized developers build more homes so there are more for people to buy." Sarah Davidson


Yahoo Finance!

Yahoo Finance! article featuring Homegrown

Anthony Rushworth, founder of housebuilding investment platform Homegrown, said "This is the problem with strategies that boost demand without addressing the fact there are too few homes being sought by too many buyers." Thomas Colson


Business Insider UK

Business Insider UK article featuring Homegrown

Anthony Rushworth, founder of housebuilding investment platform Homegrown, said the news was "not as great as it seems. There are plenty of reasons for first-time buyers to be jumping for joy on the face of it but, in reality, they only pay stamp duty of around £1,500 on average," he said. Thomas Colson


Professional Adviser

Professional Adviser article featuring Homegrown

Chancellor Philip Hammond has abolished stamp duty for first-time buyers on properties worth up to £300,000 and on the first £300,000 on properties worth up to £500,000 in higher-value areas, such as London. Hannah Godfrey


Whatinvestment.co.uk

WhatInvestment.co.uk printed publication featuring Homegrown

"Another advantage of the crowdfunding model is the passive funding aspect where investors are relieved from the stress of having to take part in managing the project or, in the case of conventional buy-to-let, carrying out landlord duties or typically paying an estate agent fees to do so."


PropertyWeek.com

PropertyWeek article about Homegrown

The FCA-authorised investment platform said it would invest in developments that have already received planning permission and secured bank finance.


altfi

AltFi article about Homegrown

"“We only work with established developers and typically on projects that have secured, or are at an advanced stage of planning and financing,” said founder and CEO Anthony Rushworth." Ryan Weeks


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