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How to make your Joint Venture a success?

Here are five things to remember to make your joint venture a success. Make sure you are fully informed before launching into a partnership, so take note of the following.

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Meet John Howard: The Man Behind the Money

Before entering into a joint venture agreement, you must do your due diligence. That is why I am introducing you to the man behind the money – me, John Howard!

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How do Joint Ventures work?

For aspiring developers and investors alike, you must read up and make sure you know exactly what a joint venture is and how they work. We’ve put together a quick guide to help.

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How to maximise the existing space in a residential property.

When it comes to property development, making sure you maximise space to its full potential will help you maximise your return on investment (ROI). Whether you are taking on a commercial-to-residential conversion, developing an HMO, or simply renovating a tired property, knowing how to make the most of the space you have is vital.  Read …

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What are Joint Ventures, and how do they help property developers?

At John Howard Joint Venture Fund, we are looking to invest our private funds into your property development project as a joint venture opportunity. Many property developers, whether they’re just starting out or more experienced, can struggle to find the funds to complete the purchase of their first/next property project.

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What to look for in a Joint Venture Partner

Joint ventures (JV) are an excellent way for up-and-coming property developers to get the funding they need to complete their development projects. In creating a partnership with another property developer or investors, not only can the necessary funds be pooled together, but resources can also be combined.

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