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Secured Exit Strategy

Start with the end in mind. Adavo's uses a secured exit strategy for all of our joint ventures which significantly decreases the risk in each deal. Once the initial JV agreement is signed, with then only proceed with the actual exchange of cash once a suitable property has been found and an end buyer secured under section 2 auction conditions (10% deposit and 28 day completion.)


Our experience has allowed us to develop a process that has maximum return for minimum risk. We buying well by securing a good discount from the property's current value. We add value by renovating quickly and to a high specification and we then maximise the income by renting the properties room-by-room. This in turn increases the assets value and allows a fast end sale to a secured end buyer .

Each joint venture delivers a 7.5% return over a 3-6 month period with 100% capital protection and a tangible asset as security.

Every project we undertake only proceeds with an exit already secured. We do this by book-building our orders for high yield property from property investors looking to develop large portfolios. Our established investor database allows us to maintain an order book which is fed into the production line as each new joint venture is agreed. This gives a secured exit and greatly reduces the risk in each project.

Adavo's secured exit strategy is the best way to invest in property in 2011. It offers clear parameters for each project and allows each investor to be comfortable in both figures and time scale. This security when added to the client's ownership of the property and renovations works paid upon completion makes this a low risk venture with excellent risk vs return ratios.

Latest News

Adavo secures more funding
April 26, 2011
Adavo Property has secured over £400,000 this week from another joint venture investor. The comfort of the...

Secured exit strategy well received
March 21, 2011
Several private equity firms has been impressed with our secured exit strategy...