Posts By: Tom Jewell

Our Q3 update

Another busy quarter for Source Investments has drawn to a conclusion. After the successful launch of an exciting new project on the Isle of Wight, we have been focusing on new investment opportunites for Q4, whilst also reviewing the existing portfolio’s performance and the current economic climate. Commonwealth Games impact on Birmingham Q3 saw Birmingham… Read more »

How we got on in Q1…

Q1 at Source was another busy period for the team, featuring the launch of a new investment opportunity in Surrey, managing various construction delays, seeing one of our previous projects in Cardiff positioned for future success and learning of signficant price increases on one of our projects in Cornwall. Brickworks, Cardiff, set for future success… Q1 saw significant progress in the Central… Read more »

End to 2021…

Q4 at Source was another busy period for the team, featuring the launch of a new investment opportunity in the North East, the final completions in our Plymouth site and our holiday homes moving away from peak season.   West Bar, Sheffield featured in The Sunday Times  This quarter saw one of our favourite investments… Read more »

Our Hard Hitting Don’t’s for Property Investing in 2021

The Boiler House, Hayes

When it comes to investing in property, there’s a lot of information out there online, in print and on TV. Some of the information is good and helpful, others less so and misleading. In fact, in our opinion, much of it creates a false impression of how to invest in property and what’s really involved…. Read more »

Our year so far…

With restrictions/lockdowns in the first half of the year, Q3 turned out to be a busy quarter with multiple projects reaching completion and hitting the rental market, so we wanted to provide an update and let you know how they have been getting on.   Wharf-houses at Cannery Row, Cornwall Phase one of North Quay,… Read more »

What will happen to the housing market in 2021

Source Property Investments

In our blog post in October 2020, we talked about how house prices were on the rise due to the market being stimulated by four main factors: The stamp duty holiday A bottleneck of transactions as a result of lockdown Ultra-low interest rates The changing requirements of homeowners and tenants. Looking ahead for 2021, when… Read more »