• Industry: Real estate
  • Type: Equity
  • Min. investment: ┬ú1,000
  • Country: United Kingdom

Property Crowd

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Property Crowd is the first crowdfunding platform in the UK that allows individuals to invest in property-backed bonds alongside institutional lenders.

Key information

  • Payment Fee Annual charge of 0.95%
  • Secondary market No
  • Registration number 10327892
  • Languages English
  • Address 31-32 Eastcastle Street, London W1W 8DN
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