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Housing and Property

Assetz Exchange

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Nov 18th 2020 - Dec 28th 2020

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Assetz Exchange (AE) is a property crowdfunding platform that endeavours to break down barriers to investing in sustainable and under-supplied Buy-To-Let sectors so that investors can create a diversified property portfolio in minutes. AE argues that Buy-To-Let has hurdles, such as capital requirements, administration burden and transaction costs making it the least preferred option for average investors. It aims to change this scenario by converting properties into micro-units, allowing investors to invest as little or as much as they like, and taking care of administrative expenses. AE has launched 12 properties so far in 2020. It also concluded the purchase of four flats in a period conversion near Sefton Park in Liverpool in January 2020 for £600,000, with a plan to sell them on for £800,000. AE envisions to originate over £20 million worth of new properties in 2021. It will use the investment to expand its network of sourcing agents, build a larger credit team, invest in marketing campaigns, and increase automation wherever possible.

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