Type: Equity-based crowdfunding (Property)
Equity-based crowdfunding (Property) - geography: United Kingdom
CO. no.: Na.
Regulated as of: 2014
Regulator: Financial Conduct Authority
Property investment at the click of a button.
Monitor your income and returns.
Make a straightforward exit.
Capital at risk
Description: Daniel is a Chartered Accountant and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales ("ICAEW"), with over nine years experience within financial services and investment activities.
Prior to founding Property Partner, he served as Head of Commercial Development and Startup Investments at BSkyB, a UK listed FTSE 100 organisation, responsible for equity investments in, and commercial deals with, technology startup companies.
Daniel is an FCA approved person and has also been a residential property landlord for the past six years.
Very proud of the team at @prop_partner breaking the UKās record for the largest property crowdfund at Ā£2.99m. Congrats all!
Catch us right now on Facebook Live discussing the UK's strongest performing property sector.
Weāve developed an interactive new tool to help investors make decisions on our Resale market. Read on to try it ouā¦ https://t.co/ACR3wor7EI
One day left to invest with 50% reduction in transaction fees - 5.75% forecast dividend yield, 21 year lease servicā¦ https://t.co/3FHXcT8gXN
Watch an introduction to our latest commercial opportunity, Sherborne House, Cannon Street - net projected return 1ā¦ https://t.co/gxIA2Nz1FT
New investment opportunity: 12.6% projected annual return & 50% off transaction fees during the first week of Liveā¦ https://t.co/fGnvRyLw3o
Over 90% funded: our latest property offers a strong net dividend yield of 6.20% with a pre-application for redevelā¦ https://t.co/fIXFnqxRG7
Our latest PBSA block is now 84% funded. It offers a net 6.20% dividend yield with a pre-application for redevelopmā¦ https://t.co/jo5HvcCoA0
Property crowdfunding platform, Property Partner, has set a new record for the fastest ever equity project by raising £843,100 in 10 minutes 43 seconds ? £1,311 per second.
This is believed to be the world?s fastest ever equity crowdfunding project to date. The previous record was set by Crowdcube with £1.2 million raised in 16 minutes in July 2014. It also beats Kickstarter?s record of $1 million raised in 30 minutes for smartwatch, Pebble Time, set in February 2015.