Type: Equity-based crowdfunding (Property)
Equity-based crowdfunding (Property) - geography: United Kingdom
CO. no.: Na.
Regulated as of: 2014
Regulator: Financial Conduct Authority
Regulation: CrowdLords Limited is an appointed representative of Oxygen Ventures Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No 208188). CrowdLords Limited is registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (No 656561).
CrowdLords is an equity based crowdfunding platform for UK residential property. CrowdLords directly connects people who wish to build and manage a property portfolio (LandLords) or to develop property (Developers) with savers looking for secured investments (Investors). LandLords and Developers can list a property or project on the CrowdLords platform and raise the funds they need from the crowd of investors.
There is no need for a Buy-to-let mortgage, bridging finance or mezzanine debt and the financial terms and structure are defined by the LandLord or Developer. Investors can choose from a range of properties listed on the platform to invest in.
The investors receive an equity stake in the property for their investment. They can invest from £1,000 per property and receive a share of the income on a quarterly basis and a share of the capital growth at the end of the agreed term. Investors can choose from a range of property types, in different locations, each offering different financial terms to help them diversify and spread their risk.
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