Get started with property investing platforms in Denmark

Denmark is a small country, but has some real estate investing opportunities to offer for both retail and accredited investors. We make it easier for you to find property crowdfunding platforms in Denmark whether you're an investor or fundraiser. Capital raising firms may apply through the available platforms to get financing and investors may back the projects their believe in.
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            Brickshare is an award-winning property investment platform that allows you to build your own property portfolio. It is the first and only online investment platform in Den...

            Online financing platform for realizing solid Danish real estate projects via loans with high interest from private investors. Fundbricks wants to create growth in Danish ...

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            There are 2 Real estate crowdfunding platforms in Denmark. They offer Equity or P2P lending investment opportunities for retail and accredited investors.

            The minimum investment amount varies from platform to platform and usually depends on the industry or particular platform goals. On this listing, you will find crowdfunding platforms that offer investment opportunities starting at 5000€ with a maximum investment amount of 10000.

            As a crowdfunding platform directory, we verify the most active crowdfunding platforms if they reach out and claim their profile.

            Fun fact: among all the crowdfunding platforms listed here, the oldest has been founded in 2016 and the youngest in 2019.

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