• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: Equity, P2P lending
  • Min. investment: €500
  • Country: Italy

House4crowd

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House4Crowd is a real estate crowdfunding platform that allows anyone to invest in properties with an initial amount of Euro 500. Social4Crowd is a reward and lending crowdfunding platform dedicated to businesses.

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  • Registration number 20528
  • Languages Italian
  • Address Via bernardo, Quaranta 40 20139 Milan
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