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And it does not rely on house price growth to generate an income for investors. So if the social enterprise behind it were to go bust, you could in theory lose some or all of your cash. That said, your money is secured against property. Some Guardian Money readers may recall that we featured Reap back in May It is the brainchild of Equfund, an affordable housing provider based in West Kirby on the Wirral peninsula near Liverpool. It adds that if Equfund were to go to the wall, the appointed security trustee a solicitor would step in, take charge of the property, sell it and return the money to the investor s. Each property has its open market value assessed by a chartered surveyor, and investors can arrange to visit a property before committing their cash. For those seeking further security, and to limit exposure to any single home or area, investors can ask to have their money split and lodged against more than one property. Topics Ethical money.
The Schroders Global Investor Study has revealed that 54 per cent of UK investors have increased their investment in sustainable, ethical investment funds compared to five years previously. The Schroders study, which surveyed more than 22, investors globally and over 1, in the UK, found that globally, 78 per cent of investors say sustainable, ethical investing has become more important to them. As long as you can ride out the peaks and troughs of the housing market you could find yourself with either guaranteed rent or a sizeable profit after sale. However, the property market, like most markets, has seen the potential of ethical property investment. From buy-to-let to commercial real estate, the number of investment opportunities in ethical property investment is enormous. Ethical property investment should be driven by the ethos of those who build the property, live in it or rent it. All those involved in the developing ethical properties should be able to demonstrate that they had no reliance on funds or investments that were unethical. Lending streams would need to be analysed to ensure that no funds were derived from, or catering to, the arms, alcohol, tobacco, pornography or gambling industries. Equally, to occupy the building, it would be assumed that the inhabitant would be a charitable or non-profit organisation, a social enterprise, an ethical business, or an organisation of strong local benefit to the regeneration of an area. Again, no unethical activities such as gambling, pornography, the consumption of alcohol or tobacco would be acceptable.
Through Ethex you can invest and save with businesses you believe in — from renewable energy, fair trade, social housing and organic farming, to green transport, or micro-finance schemes. The Ethical Property Company and Ethex have a close history, with both companies having been founded by the social entrepreneur, Jamie Hartzell. For further information, email help [at] ethex. Alternatively, please contact us directly. Becoming a shareholder in The Ethical Property Company offers investors the chance to see their investment grow while enabling the Company to maintain its strong beliefs and core values, and its commitment to generating a positive social and environmental return. Our existing shareholders come from a variety of backgrounds, with most being small investors. There is no majority shareholder and only 42 investors with holdings of over 50, shares, including institutional investors such as Rathbone Greenbank Investments and Alliance Trust as well as a number of Trusts and Foundations. How to invest. We are a positive investment and savings investment business, and The Ethical Property Company fit in perfectly with our values and philosophy. As tenants in their Oxford building ourselves, we have first-hand experience of the support they offer to the social change sector across the UK and the positive social, environmental and financial outcomes they strive for.