Godwin Capital, the fundraising and investment arm of Godwin Developments, has launched a new investment product, Godwin Capital No. 7, to fund residential and commercial property developments in targeted locations across the UK.
With a minimum investment of £5,000, Godwin Capital aims to raise £20 Million for Godwin Capital No.7, which will be pooled and invested in property developments.
The introduction of this latest investment opportunity comes just weeks after the London -based firm announced the full subscription of one of its investment products, Godwin Capital No. 2, at £10 Million.
Andrew Mitchell, Group Investment Director of Godwin Capital, said: “We have been very encouraged by the response to Godwin Capital No. 2, a two-year investment opportunity with a minimum investment of £5,000. This prompted us to release Godwin Capital No. 7, our latest product which is intended to raise £20 million with a similar minimum investment amount.”
All property development sites funded will be developed by Godwin Developments, the property arm of the Godwin Group, which boasts a diversified portfolio of residential, commercial and mixed-use property assets.
Andrew added: “We are very pleased with the response from investors and we will continue to seek out projects that will add value to our diverse portfolio, taking advantage of market opportunities as they become available, whilst delivering new and profitable investment opportunities.”
With its head office in the newly refurbished Berkeley Square, Mayfair, the Godwin Group also has regional offices in Nottingham and Birmingham.
For more details, visit: www.godwingroup.co.uk
"We are very pleased with the response from investors and we will continue to seek out projects that will add value to our diverse portfolio."
Andrew Mitchell, Group Investment Director
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