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    £3,892,271
  • Committed:

    £3,318,024
  • Number of Pitches:

    8
  • Market Share:

    6%
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About


Bridging the gap between investors and professional property owners, resulting in potentially larger returns than saving the money with a bank. CrowdLords pool together resources so more people can own a property in the UK, rather than fewer. For those who are interested in becoming a landlord or developer, CrowdLords can source and provide the funds that people may not be able to acquire on their own.

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The majority of private rental properties in the UK are owned by relatively few people. We believe that, if we can change the balance and involve more people in Buy-to-let, then everyone could benefit. People investing directly, rather than only earning interest off their savings in the bank, could get a better return. Others wishing to be LandLords could have access to funds they currently can't get and on better terms. 

Our core principle, that we hold true in everything we do, is that by pooling resources we can achieve more - we can enable more people to own properties across the UK, not fewer. We can improve the availability of high quality rentals at reasonable rates. And we can help savers, whether they are young people saving to buy their first home, or pensioners looking for regular income, to get a better return.

With CrowdLords, everyone benefits.

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