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Why Property?

Building long-term wealth on strong foundations

Property has a proven track record of generating resilient long-term returns for investors. Despite this, property investing can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Cahootz fixes this.

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Capital appreciation

Long-term capital growth

As a physical asset with limited supply and growing population, property investing has historically seen consistent long-term growth with the average house price in London increasing by over 130% between 2005 and 2022 (compared to 47% for the FTSE 100)*. But whilst property generally sees less volatility than other asset classes (such as equity and fixed income), fluctuations do occur, so property should always be considered a long-term investment.

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London Property vs FTSE 100
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London property vs FTSE 100 graph
Source: Land Registry and Marketwatch. London house price and FTSE 100 rebased to 100 from 01 Jan 1997 - 01 Jan 2022
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Passive income

Due to consistent high demand for rental accommodation in the UK, particularly in city locations, property investing has the potential to provide regular long-term passive income from rent. Furthermore, rental prices are typically renewed every twelve months making this income stream a good hedge against inflation. In times of economic downturn, demand for rental properties tends to increase as people put off the choice of buying a home.

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Reduced portfolio risk

Buy-to-let property as an asset class, in some circumstances, can have a low correlation to other investments such as equities and fixed income. As such, buy-to-let property investing has a role to play in any well balanced, diversified investment portfolio.

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The challenges of traditional property investment


Investing in property can involve complicated legal and financial considerations as well as complex regulatory and tenancy management processes. Reliance on multiple third-parties without transparency can sometimes result in unexpected costs.


Lengthy search, acquisition and sale processes can be very time consuming. Furthermore, even with a third-party property management agency in place, approving maintenance requests and negotiating contracts can require significant time commitments.


Buy-to-let property traditionally requires large deposits, mortgage debt, and purchase costs, which could put property out of reach for many investors. These costs may also reduce the extent to which investors are able to diversify across multiple properties and locations.

Fractional investing with Cahootz

Cahootz enables investors to buy fractions of high quality residential property. The ability to invest in smaller tranches not only allows you to own a greater number of properties overall, it also offers the ability to diversify across a wider variety of property types, locations and values. Furthermore, by taking care of all legal, financial and property management requirements with complete transparency, Cahootz offers many of the benefits of buy-to-let, with none of the challenges.

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