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Alternative property investment firm unveils new Group structure

Hunter Jones has revealed its new Group structure which aims to establish the brand as a leading consultancy for ‘diligently researched and structured property investment opportunities’.


The firm, which describes itself as an alternative property investment firm, was originally launched in 2013 as an alternative investment introducer, and since then has raised more than £100 million for structured investment opportunities in collaboration with a number of leading developers.


It established its sister brand, HJ Property, in 2021 in an attempt to meet the growing demand for property acquisitions, delivered off-market and with attractive rates.

In combining both Hunter Jones and HJ Property under the new Hunter Jones Group, founder and CEO, Reece Mennie – who writes regularly for PIT – is looking to establish a ‘forward-thinking and holistic service’. This ranges from diligently researched alternative investment and direct property acquisition opportunities for investors, through to an alternative and specialised lending facility for developers.


“For investors, there’s a huge amount of stability and potential to be found in bricks and mortar – but only if you can maximise that potential with the right kind of expertise, accessible guidance, and the influence that only seasoned specialists, like our team at Hunter Jones Group, can provide,” he said.


“In establishing our new group structure, we are confident we can advise on and deliver a wealth of exciting opportunities through alternative and direct investment with above average returns, while offering developers access to our advanced and alternative lending facility. We have made excellent progress over the last several years and are now committed to ensuring Hunter Jones Group is the UK’s leading property investment consultancy for years to come.”


Headquartered in London’s Canary Wharf, Hunter Jones Group now employs a team of 25 property development and investment specialists.



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