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For many individuals and families, the future holds a great deal of uncertainty about their loved ones – and with that uncertainty come many unanswered questions.
Questions such as ‘where will they be?’, ‘will they be happy’, ‘will they have everything they need?’, and crucially ‘what will happen to them if I’m unable to provide the care they need?’.
These are all questions that need answers. Because nobody should have to live in perpetual uncertainty about what the future holds for the people they care for.
If you are one of those people, we want you to know that we truly understand. And more importantly, we’re here to turn your concerns into reassurance.
Because what we do isn’t just about giving people a home. It’s about giving them the quality of life they deserve – in a house they can call home.
An environment that’s flexible, safe, comfortable and secure. One that’s futureproofed and can be adapted as needs change – something other accommodation simply can’t offer.
If you want to help us on our mission to deliver better-quality specialist supported housing, there’s a few ways you can support us.
How we can help
If you have a family member, relative, or even a friend who you feel may benefit from living in a Walls & Futures specialist supported home, we can work with you to engage with your social support team to make it happen.
We’ll get in touch with your local authority, registered provider, and care team introducing them to a world of possibilities with Walls & Futures.
Becoming A Shareholder
The shares of Walls & Futures REIT plc are publicly traded, facilitating the participation of those who support our mission to deliver better-quality specialist supported housing.
1. Buying existing shares
Our shares are traded on the NEX Exchange Growth Market in London, and qualify to be held in ISA (individual saving accounts) or SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension). You should consult a stockbroker like Hargreaves Lansdown or an independent financial adviser about the suitability of our shares as an investment.
2. Buying new shares
We sometimes issue new shares to enable us to expand our property portfolio. Please ask your stockbroker or independent financial adviser to contact us if you might be interested in participating in any future new issue.
Want to find out more?
Get in touch to find out more about what we offer and how you an be involved.