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The Housecrowd is a peer-to-peer lending and property crowdfunding platform. They offer loans and investments secured against UK land or property assets. Their mission is to simplify property investment and make it accessible to all people to build a better financial future.  The platform offers seven forms of investment Secured Peer To Peer Lending, The Innovative Finance ISA, Property Development Funding, Auto-Invest, Mezzanine Finance, THC Fusion Account, and a SIPP option. 

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The House Crowd are the UKs leading property crowdfunding platform with over 125 successful projects under our belt. We offer (amongst other things) high income, fixed loans to property related companies. Returns are typically 7.5%+  a year and secured against property owned by the relevant company.


The House Crowd is a great new way you can invest small amounts in property via ‘crowd funding’.


The House Crowd are the UKs leading property crowdfunding platform with over 125 successful projects under our belt. We offer (amongst other things) high income, fixed interest bonds in property related companies. Returns are typically 7.5%+  a year and secured against property owned by the relevant company.

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