Former Love Island contestant swoops into city by helicopter to view opportunity…..

Former Love Island contestant swoops into city by helicopter to view opportunity….

TV reality star Jordan Hames paid a flying visit to Wolverhampton to check out a disused Victorian factory which he hopes to invest in.

The 27-year-old former Love Island contestant landed in a helicopter at the former 25,000 square foot Eagle Works premises to discuss the potential of the run-down site.

Jordan is a keen property entrepreneur with a growing portfolio in his home city of Manchester.

Keen to broaden his horizons, he contacted property multi-millionaire Samuel Leeds to see if they could explore investment opportunities together in London and the Midlands.”I’ve just finished my first four-bed BRR (buy, remortgage, refinance) deal, but I’m looking for something bigger for my next project,” explained Jordan.

Multi-millionaire property investor Samuel Leeds, 31, runs Property Investors, the largest training school of its kind in the UK.

From Walsall, Samuel studied at the Emmanuel School in the borough before leaving aged 16 to take the first steps as a property entrepreneur.

He became a property millionaire by the age of 21 and went on to found Property Investors, which was previously based in Wolverhampton before moving to central London in 2019.

Samuel has advised a string of celebrity investors including rap artist Krept, former Liverpool midfielder Kevin Stewart, pop star Rye Beaumont and ex-world champion football freestyler and BBC presenter Liv Cooke.

Earlier in the day he had taken his latest celebrity client to see two potential development deals in London and a third in Rugby.

The tour began in Samuel’s Land Rover before they jumped into a helicopter to check out opportunities in the Midlands

Samuel said: “I get people from all over the country and overseas asking for advice and tips around property investing.

“Jordan recently reached out to me, and I decided to show him four potential deals which I’ve currently got in the pipeline.”

And the journey to Wolverhampton proved worthwhile as it was that opportunity which appealed most.

When the pair landed at the factory site, they were met by Samuel’s brother Russell, CEO of Property Investors.

He told Jordan that a planning application to convert the building into 48 apartments was close to being granted.

Eagle Works is located approximately a third of a mile from the city centre, close to Sainsbury’s in Raglan Street, near Penn Road, and The Gym Wolverhampton adjacent to the supermarket……

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