Presenting Housers: The first platform for Real Estate Crowd-Funding in Spain

By Euro Weekly News Thursday, 22 September 2016 12:42 0

The revolutionary, alternative investment strategy, that’s safe, secure and profitable with minimal risk.

The current return on investment in real estate outshines other products like bank deposits, stocks, shares, pension funds, treasury bills, bonds and traditional real estate. 

Normally, property investment involves substantial sums of money, or a mortgage just to buy one property, with more risks and possible long-term debt.

But by ‘crowd-funding’ the opportunities are endless. The term speaks for itself and basically means: a union of people investing varying sums of money to finance something; in this case property. Investments start from as little as 50€.

You can invest in just one property or as many as are available, depending on your financial situation and goals. You may also wonder if there is much risk of losing your capital but, as we are talking of a physical asset, that is normally located in the centre of big cities like Madrid or Barcelona, the risk is very minimal indeed. 

There is no catch or small print concerns to worry about either, as everything is above board and transparent with full supporting and notarised legal documentation provided for every investment you make.

You make money from monthly rental AND the eventual sale when the time is right.

The return on investment with Housers far exceeds other investment methods. The following chart is based on true comparisons to other investments assuming one invests 10,000€ for a period of 15 years and dividends are reinvested:

Sources: Bolsas y Mercados,, Ministerio de Fomento, El Mundo, Banco de España

All this data can be substantiated.

For further clarification, please go to our web site at: under ‘investors,’ ‘key comparative.’


Visit our website today and sign-up at: where you’ll find everything you need to know. Alternatively, write to: [email protected] or call 911 930 730 (working hours).

Welcome to Housers. Investment power to the people.

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