We would love to hear from anyone who is interested in investing in a property to support our charity.

If you are able and willing to make a social investment or own a property that can be used by HomeMatchMaker in conjunction with a local Lincoln based church then please get in touch!

We offer an alternative to investing in a bank: we offer a model which offers you a return on your investment, whilst also allowing us to support the most vulnerable by buying a house near to a local church.

For us to buy a house we need individuals to invest enough for a deposit on a house. Investors will see a return on their investment through rent, but more importantly, an investment enables us to home an extra person (or maybe even two!) current in a vulnerable situation.

Our preferred methods of investing is for the church to use its resources to purchase a house. However we also advise investors who are able to invest in one house that we will then link that house to a local church for additional support.

If you are able and willing to make a social investment or own a property that can be used by HomeMatchMaker and Hope Into Action in conjunction with a local church then please make an enquiry here today!

We look forward to speaking with you!

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