WELCOME TO FLETCHER KING
Delivering outperformance through creativity and attention to detail.
Through good times and bad, we have provided advice on Asset Management, Property Management, Capital Market Transactions, Development and Refurbishment, Valuations and Rating across the UK.
We aim to treat every client’s property as if it were our own – using research and property skills combined with a sharp commercial sense to minimize risk & maximise ROI.
Fletcher King is AIM listed, has substantial cash reserves and is debt free.
What We Do
We aim to optimise our client’s assets and to deliver performance to an agreed set of objectives. We provide a highly personal service with Directors...
Our Capital Markets team buy and sell across the whole spectrum of the commercial property market throughout the country from standing investments...
Our approach to assets is, and always has been, to treat them like our own. Long-term tenant relationships are central to delivering our track record...
Accurate, informed property valuations form a vital part of most businesses. We act for property companies, lending institutions, pension funds...
Fletcher King run FCA regulated, tax transparent limited liability investment property syndicates and unit trusts, suitable for high net worth individuals...
Business rates cost property occupiers over £33 billion every year and contribute around 5% of all the UK taxes raised by the Exchequer...
- Purchased – May 2015
- Purchase Price – £6,280,000
- Building totally refurbished and an extra floor added, two floors left available to let
Queen Square, Bristol
- Acquired 2015
- Size 14,021 sqft
- Refurbishment investment £1,800,000
- Increase in rents from £10 to £24 psf
- Freehold sale upon completion
- Assumed rent £1,520,255
- Purchase price £30,550,000 reflecting 4.66% net initial yield
- Purchaser Runnymeade Borough Council
INVESTMENT BULLETIN MARCH 2019
INVESTMENT BULLETIN DECEMBER 2018
Economic output increased by 0.4% in Q3. Year on year growth picked up to 1.5% but remains relatively subdued compared to historical standards. Services, construction and manufacturing all made positive contributions to Q3 growth. Household consumption grew but business investment decreased for the third consecutive quarter.
Investment Bulletin September 2018
Economic output increased by 0.4% in Q2. But amounted to just 1.2% in the year to June 2018. Dry weather aided a recovery in Construction after a snow-disrupted first quarter. The manufacturing sector contracted for the second consecutive quarter as export led growth eased. And, the dominant...
The Next Recession?
Economies have long suffered from booms and busts. In the 20th century alone the UK economy has experienced 9 major contractions. In the past economists claim to have identified three different types of economic cycle. A short run cycle of three or four years associated with holdings of inventories; a medium-term cycle of between 7 and 10 years associated with waves of fixed...