• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: Equity, Debt
  • Min. investment: €1
  • Country: United Kingdom

Crowdfunding Place

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Crowdfunding Place is an online crowdfunding platform that uses crowd investment power to bring below market price property projects to the attention of our investors.

Key information

  • Secondary market No
  • Registration number 9125496
  • Languages English
  • Address 145 Great Ancoats St, Manchester M4 6DH
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