The UK is one of the most densely populated countries in the world with more than 63 million people recorded in the 2011 census. There is an urgent unfulfilled demand for new housing in the UK. This is especially so in the middle market and affordable housing sector.
The Company proactively works with housing associations and local communities in the development of its affordable housing projects, providing long and short term leases, not only providing sustainable rental yields to its investors but an ethical solution to the current housing shortage.
The Company is an English public limited company active in the property development sector. The Company is raising funds from investors to finance residential and mixed-use property developments in Ireland and primarily within the Greater Dublin Area.
Corporate bond paying 6.5% annually in arrears
5 year term
Maturing date of 31st July 2023
Eligible for SIPP/SSAS/ISA
Listed on NASDAQ North stock exchange
Min Investment: 10,000 Euro (GBP equivalent)
Bond in € Euro
ABOUT THE COMPANY
The goal of Value Asset Management Plc is to acquire and develop sites that have been strategically sourced by our Acquisition Team. The acquisition and distribution of funds will be controlled and monitored by VAM's Investment Committee.
Ireland has experienced as dramatic a shock as any developed country to its housing market and construction sector over the last decade.
Housing completions have collapsed from their peak of 93,419 units in 2006 down to 14,932 units in 2016.
There are existing requirements for 25,000 units per year which are continuing to grow along with the Irish economy and its expanding population.
IRELAND HAS BEEN THE FASTEST GROWING ECONOMY IN THE EUROZONE FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS AND IS FORECAST TO GROW AN ADDITIONAL 4.2% DURING 2018.
Unemployment rates continue to decline and 2016 experienced the first year of net migration since the zenith of the credit crisis.
As Dublin continues to establish itself as a modern European city and attract global technology powerhouses such as Google and Facebook along with the talent that follows, Standard and Poors predicts that “crisis legacy issues” will see another decade before supply is to match demand in the Irish property market.
With house prices still 30% below their peak levels of 2007 and the country having suffered from several years of extremely low investment in residential construction that have contributed to pronounced housing shortages, particularly in Dublin, its report predicts that house prices would remain on an upward curve for several years to come.