In this episode Toby Wilde explains how he is working with institutional lenders to develop supported and social housing. He shares his experience of developing supported living property in London and gives great practical advice for property investors about developing and investing in property for supported living.

Toby is the Founder of The Oparo Group which was the first algorithm driven real estate investment company in the U.K. Working with Financial Institutions and Private Equity, Oparo invests in impact driven Residential, Social and Supported Housing.

Toby comes from the multi generation Milne real estate family but carved his own path in the property industry. He started his career as a broker. Following the 2008 global financial crisis, Toby specialized in the high-volume lettings and management sector. Having gained experience as developer and a development consultant, Toby was then one of the founding partners of, a revolutionary property data aggregating platform.

Lisa became a property investor after a long nursing career. She initially developed heritage properties and then a chance encounter led her to discover supported living. She realized this was a powerful way to invest in property while creating homes for those who need them most.

Lisa set about discovering why property investors struggle to let their properties to supported living providers and why providers struggle to find property to let. She has been educating people, raising awareness and working on solutions to this problem ever since. Lisa is the host of the Supported Living Property Podcast and YouTube channel and hosts a Facebook Group where people can learn, network and discuss supported living.

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