When looking at your property investment options, you may not have realised that your investment choice, whilst being financially beneficial, can be ethically rewarding too. Investments like these focus on things like care of the environment, protection of human rights and diversity and customer or consumer satisfaction, among many others. If you’re interested in investing ethically, you might want to consider doing it in a tax-efficient way. An excellent way to do this is by investing in ‘care in the community’ projects, such as care homes.
Care homes are an integral part of the UK resident life cycle, and a high number of retirees settle into these in later life. Care homes can provide a very stable income investment, with the rising age of the population guaranteeing you higher rent demand than a West London garden flat!
Why invest in Care Homes:
With an aging population, demand for care homes and nursing in the UK is increasing and the number of investors looking to benefit from this growing sector is also rising rapidly.
Globally, the median age of populations is rising. In later years, the likelihood of needing additional medical care increases. And with modern family life obstructing the ability to care for family members when this additional need for care arises, the care home system is essential in the UK.
- 17% of the population is over 65 in the UK
- By 2040 nearly 1 in 7 is projected to be aged 75
- Over-85s is estimated to more than double by 2039
- Extensive demand for care homes in the UK
- Ethical investment
To find out more about ethical investments and the care home system, contact us today.