Investor Leadership

An Exclusive Interview with RoyaleLife’s Robert Bull

Robert Bull leads RoyaleLife, a UK-based bungalow living company that has successfully dominated the market. Robert’s robust leadership stint made the company revolutionize and become the most affordable means to luxury and gated communities with single-story structures. The Home Part Exchange Program has been the reason behind the success of the company because it assures buyers 100% current value for their properties.

For instance, a house going at 450,000 pounds in the current market, can be exchanged for one valued at 300,000 pounds, thereby leaving over 150,000 pounds for the purchaser. Therefore, the client boasts of quality and new home without incurring any extra finances.

RoyaleLife has mastered the scheme nicely such that they have no side charges because not even agents or solicitors can claim any money from the owner. The buyers acquire a fully furnished home with the relevant comforts, appliances, and in times of relocation, no removal charges will be demanded. Robert Bull has guided RoyaleLife wisely throughout the expansion stages.

Currently, the firm has created over 64 developments and about 30 others are upcoming. Upholding on the vision has been Robert Bull’s secret to the massive success he has registered in all the companies including the bungalow living provider in the United Kingdom.

Robert Bull says that the bungalow living idea hit him in 1945, the year he formed the venture. Therefore, this explains its exclusive reputation. For the past ten years, Robert Bull noticed a housing market niche that he bridged accordingly. He realized that the then-home developers were shunning away from bungalows to work more on apartments as well as family homes.

However, the retirees or people over 45 years do not want to be in rentals, they needed one-story buildings; thus, the demand was increasing. NHBC stated that this group was free to downsize, to be less concerned about the operating charges, maintenance as well as releasing capital. Refer to this article to learn more