• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €100
  • Country: Netherlands

Geldvoorelkaar

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In 2011 Geldvoorelkaar.nl went live as the first crowdfunding platform in the Netherlands. In response to the credit and banking crisis, the market needed alternative financing routes. Geldvoorelkaar.nl's mission is to change the financial landscape in a positive way by contributing to the financeability of (SME) the Netherlands.

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