Buy2LetCars.com drives investor event into Weybridge
Investors looking for an alternative opportunity to grow their cash are invited to join Buy2LetCars.com, a vehicle leasing model funded by people for people, at Burhill Golf Club in Weybridge on 7th September, to discover how they can earn annual returns as high as 11%.
Buy2LetCars.com is giving potential investors the chance to find out more and speak to existing customers, who have not only received their final pay outs after initially investing in 2012, but have now re-invested the money with the firm.
Buy2LetCars.com, based in Godstone, has successfully delivered the 33% return on investments it promised when it launched in 2012, despite facing fierce questions into its business model.
The company has now amassed investors, contracts and accolades, as well as inclusion in the Barclays and BGF Entrepreneurs Index and the Mishcon CITY AM Leap 100 Index, identifying Buy2LetCars.com as one of the country’s fastest growing and exciting new businesses.
Buy2LetCars.com has now leased 1,000 cars nationwide through its leasing arm, Wheels4sure.com, providing new cars to customers with a proven regular income, but who struggle to access mainstream credit for a variety of reasons.
The leasing arm constantly boasts a high client recommendation rating, standing at 98%.
In addition, the firm has now signed a deal with easyCar Club, the UK’s largest peer-to-peer car rental market place, enabling customers to rent out their leased cars when they are not in use.
Peter Goodwin, an early investor from Horsham, West Sussex, comments: “About four years ago, I was one of the first group of investors to put my trust in Buy2LetCars and found it to be a very positive experience.
“There were a few cynics around who said it would not last, but as promised, my monthly payments were made on time and in full every month. My balloon payment at the end of the three-year cycle was also made in full and on time. I re-invested the money in another car, with the cycle due to end in February 2017, and have also invested additional pension cash in six cars for which I will receive final pay outs in 2018.
“I’ve seen the business grow year on year and with that they continue to adapt the business model to reflect changes in the market and circumstances, and to ensure the business continues to be profitable.”
Reginald Larry-Cole, founder of Buy2LetCars.com, comments: “Based on client feedback, we are now hosting the first of a number of meet and greet events, providing potential investors with a unique opportunity to talk to our existing clients and find out what it is really like to invest with Buy2LetCars.
“Many of our investors have funded multiple vehicles, with our largest private investor now funding a portfolio of over 100 vehicles; so we are pleased to have silenced our critics and proved our business model to be successful, both for our investors and our customers who lease our cars.
“We set up Buy2LetCars.com as a new social lending business model that would help to solve the problem of low interest rates for those who are looking to grow their savings, as well as providing credit challenged individuals with the option to lease a car at a fair price.
“Current record low interest rates have left individuals and institutions starved of anywhere to invest their money that offers a reasonable return.
“Now, investors can earn annual returns as high as 11% through us, while ensuring that thousands of hard working, credit challenged customers experiencing difficulty in leasing a car, are now able to do so.”
A listing of the company’s leasing arm, Wheels4Sure, as taxi app firm Uber’s preferred supplier, Buy2LetCars.com is a company with a sound business model, while wheels4sure.com has gone on to partner with Toyota, Mercedes, BMW Mini, Fiat, Alfa Romeo and Jeep, bringing its total supply manufacturers to 12.
Buy2LetCars Investor Event takes place at Burhill Golf Club, Burwood Road, Hersham, Walton-on-Thames, KT12 4BX, on Wednesday 7th September at 7pm.
For more details, visit www.buy2letcars.com or call 020 8289 6667.
For more information, please contact Caroline Spence or Sarah Ross from Anicca on 0116 298 3726 or 07946 169482.