AN upcoming investment formula can allow you to become a player in the real estate market for as little as €100, and all from the comfort of your home. Collective property through crowdfunding has shot up in Spain as the market strains for solutions to the crisis.
Crowdfunding has taken off in recent years as a means for budding entrepreneurs or charities to garner funds from the public, usually with no strings attached. Here, however, those who contribute funds will have a stake in the property itself and can therefore make some money on their investment.
A new law means that investors cannot place more than €3,000 in one project but the initiative gives ample room for those looking for small risk moves with the possibility of great rewards over time.
The key advantage being of course that you are investing in a physical property rather than bonds or other transient capital.
That is not to say there is no risk, but with a limitation of how much you can invest, and therefore lose, it is a viable option for those looking to try their hand at real estate investment.
Not only homes, but also other real estate such as offices and construction works are available for crowdfunding. It can also be an option for those looking to buy who could do with a little collective help.