Property Partner Property Crowdfunding Reviews

Ratings based on 3 reviews Last review 1 year ago

Property Partner investment reviews from our Smart Money People can help you to get the inside track on what having a portfolio with Property Partner is really like. Oh, and if you have experience using Property Partner investments, you can write a...

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Property Partner investment reviews from our Smart Money People can help you to get the inside track on what having a portfolio with Property Partner is really like. Oh, and if you have experience using Property Partner investments, you can write a review too. Smart Money People is the UK's leading financial services review site. Together, we can help us to increase trust and transparency in financial services.

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Your Property Crowdfunding Reviews (3)

29th July 2019

Switch fee structures on you hammers small investors

After 4 years of custom, they have switched their fee structure which badly hurts smaller investors. They gave only 2 weeks notice which has hammered the resale market. With the new fee strucutre there is little point in investing unless you are...

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After 4 years of custom, they have switched their fee structure which badly hurts smaller investors. They gave only 2 weeks notice which has hammered the resale market. With the new fee strucutre there is little point in investing unless you are ploughing in more than £25,000. Most small investors are withdrawing their investment incuring a loss and complaining to the FCA. They clearly can not be trusted any more.

17th January 2018

A game-changer for landlords

Property Partner gives landlords the chance to diversify their portfolio and avoid all the hands-on headaches associated with direct ownership. They also turn something traditionally illiquid into an asset with liquidity by hosting a property stock...

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Property Partner gives landlords the chance to diversify their portfolio and avoid all the hands-on headaches associated with direct ownership. They also turn something traditionally illiquid into an asset with liquidity by hosting a property stock exchange.