May 2020 portfolio updates – stagnation
May has been a month of stagnation for my p2p lending portfolio. While I didn’t add new funds, I’ve moved part of my portfolio to safer platforms like EstateGuru, Neo Finance, Investly, and Flender.
End of year analysis of my real estate crowdfunding portfolio
I haven’t written anything about my real estate crowdfunding portfolio since July. Enough changes happened in between, so I’m ready to provide new updates.
A short review on Yielders property crowdfunding platform
Yielders is a real estate crowdfunding platform from the UK that focuses on buy-to-let properties from London and South East England. Since its launch in 2016, it managed to found properties worth more than 2.5 million GBP, with an average net yield of 6%.
An initial review on BitOfProperty
BitOfProperty is a blockchain-based real estate crowdfunding platform that lets you invest in international rental properties starting with 50 EUR.
July update on my real estate crowdfunding portfolio (Update 7)
I have a small real estate crowdfunding portfolio that I keep track of every month. It’s separated from my p2p lending portfolio primarily because these are not quite p2p investments. My investments here are in platforms that focus on 2 types of investments: buy-to-sell and rental properties.
20 proven real estate crowdfunding platforms from Europe that I like
Real estate crowdfunding is a way in which you can directly invest in a real estate property without having the capital to buy the full property. Here are some of the platforms I’ve invested in.
Property Partner Platform Review
Property Partner is a good option if you want to invest in the real estate market and you don’t have the capital to buy your own property.
My real estate crowdfunding portfolio (May update)
My real estate crowdfunding portfolio grows at a lower speed than the p2p lending one. The month of May was mostly uneventful. No new platforms added, very few investments made, no big changes on the platforms I’m invested in.
My real estate investments portfolio (March update)
It’s the third month I’m keeping track of my real estate investments portfolio and I’m starting to like it. I was even looking forward to seeing how my investments are doing.
My portfolio is doing a bit better than last month. In March I’ve received a rental income of around 4 EUR, 25% increase from my February income of 3 EUR. It’s not exactly what I imagined when I envisioned my real estate empire but everyone has to start somewhere. I’m starting from 4 EUR a month.
I’ve also added around 450 EUR to my real estate portfolio this month, pushing my total investments to 2750 EUR. (I’m converting British Pounds to Euro and in doing so I’m approximating the value of my investments.)
A short review on Crowdestor after 1 year
Do you want to invest in real estate, energy, transport and startup projects from as little as 50 EUR with 15% annual return rates? Crowdestor is the answer. This little real estate crowdfunding platform based in Estonia publishes on its website secured loans with interest rates that vary from 12% to 36%.