CROWDPROPERTY has launched a survey of small- and medium-sized property professionals and developers, to provide a collective voice on barriers to housebuilding and boost its understanding of the market.
The peer-to-peer property lender claims the survey is the largest of its kind ever undertaken and will refine its knowledge of the needs around funding for this segment.
It said that the UK has a “housing supply crisis” and that the views of smaller developers are not understood well enough.
“We are building the very best small- and medium-sized enterprise property project lender in the market, better enabling strategically important housebuilding on smaller parcels of land for domestic supply,” said Mike Bristow, chief executive of CrowdProperty.
“This is built on solving the pains and serving the needs of this fragmented segment of property professionals, whose individual voices are not heard. So we are collecting these insights on an unprecedented level to shine a light on the barriers to more houses being built and to further refine our proposition to unlock this on the funding side.
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“Having been in their shoes as very experienced property investors and developers ourselves, providing property finance by property people, we are always researching to build a better, more enabling, needs-based property project lending business, hence launching this survey.”
To complete the survey, go to: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CrowdPropertySMESurvey.