• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: P2P lending, Debt
  • Min. investment: €10,000
  • Country: Germany

Debitos

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Debitos is a financial technology company and Europe’s leading secondary marketplace for debt and real estate sales. Banks and financial service providers in particular use Debitos platform to realise secured and unsecured non-performing loans. The whole process of approaching investors over due diligence, Q&A, pricing for the auction and fulfilling the contracts take place online.

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