Chamberlain Property Co

About Chamberlain Property Company

From humble beginnings Greg Walters created Chamberlain to pursue a lifelong interest in property and architecture.

Greg draws experience from 20 years in the personal and corporate financial planning industry. His first property purchase was in 2002.

Based in the Midlands, Chamberlain have clients located across the UK and Europe.

Whilst our development side is focused on an area of around 65 miles radius from our base, Chamberlain Capital services clients from all over the UK. 




Greg Walters, Director

Greg is an experienced business owner and has worked in the financial services industry since 2000. In 2005 he started a property sales company which, over the years developed into a boutique alternative investment consultancy. In the last 3 years before selling the company in 2017 the company raised over £50 million from private clients for developers developing property in the UK and overseas. Greg has a keen eye for detail and has delivered many renovation projects and assisted many fellow developers to raise funding for their projects via private investors, banks and pension led funding. 

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Chamberlain Capital Ltd - Development Finance 

Chamberlain Capital provide creative finance for property investors and developers. Development, refurbishment, commercial and bridging finance as well as finance for the purchase or re-finance of all types of commercial property. 

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17 February 2024

Grade II listed period buildings stand as architectural marvels, showcasing the rich history and cultural heritage of a region. These structures, often revered for their historical significance, architectural splendor, and unique character, play a vital role in preserving the identity and legacy of a community. 

02 January 2024

In general, the property market appears to be slow and certainly if you read the newspapers. In practise though I believe this really to be home movers in the higher price bracket of say £1,500,000 plus unless you're looking at the central London market. Prices have dropped but not as drastically as some news outlets make out.

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