Lately, we’ve spoken a lot about struggles related to funding the permitting process for a new development or redevelopment project.
For landholders who want to unlock the value of their property, accessing the capital needed to resource their team can be one of the biggest challenges.
As a consultant who specializes in land use approvals, this is the most common struggle I see potential clients facing. I see this with families, non-profits, and other groups that are land rich and cash poor. They’re often unable to foot the bill for design and permitting. They want to invest in expert support. They want to unlock the true value of their property.
Typically, I do my best to be able to offer creative funding ideas to clients… but after years of watching landholders struggle to get their projects off the ground, I wanted to take a more proactive approach.
Which is why I am absolutely over the moon to let you in on a little secret.
This Fall I am going to be introducing the “Uplift Fund”. A program that will allow landholders and real estate investors to partner in bringing new housing supply opportunities to life.
The concept is straightforward. Landholders need investors to help provide funding for the land use approvals on their projects. Investors can benefit from having a stake in the value created through permitting.
Through the Uplift Fund, both can enjoy a mutually beneficial partnership—and Canadian landholders can pursue housing development through this work.
The Uplift Fund isn’t **quite** up and running just yet… but as a member of my community, I consider you part of the inner circle and wanted to give you a sneak peek at what’s coming.
>>> Want more information? Go here for more details + to apply to be part of the Uplift Fund.