Investing in property involves risks, including the potential loss of some or all the money that you invest. It may be difficult (or impossible) to sell your shares in the SPV and investment should only be done as part of a diversified portfolio. If you cannot afford to lose some or all of your money, property crowdfunding is not for you.
WHAT IS PROPERTY CROWDFUNDING? WHAT IS A SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLE? WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PROPERTY CROWDFUNDING? WHAT ARE THE MAIN RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH PROPERTY CROWDFUNDING? COULD I LOSE MORE THAN THE AMOUNT I INVEST? IS PROPERTY CROWDFUNDING A REGULATED ACTIVITY? WHO CAN INVEST? I LIVE OUTSIDE THE UK: CAN I STILL INVEST? HOW DO I PAY FOR MY INVESTMENT? HOW AM I CATEGORISED AS A "CLIENT" FOR REGULATORY PURPOSES? HOW DO I MAKE A COMPLAINT? HOW IS THIS AN ETHICAL INVESTMENT? WHAT IS SHARIAH COMPLIANCE?