CrowdProperty Account Information

CrowdProperty Account Information

 

Excerpt From The Full February 2020 Monthly Update

 

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I continued adding capital to CrowdProperty in February (added another £2,000 as loans became available). As a reminder, they are a new lender I added to the portfolio in October. In short; a first charge, secured property lender with an excellent track record offering 7%-8% returns on medium term (12-24 month) loans. Rather than go through everything in this update, I decided to write an initial review here for anyone interested in taking a look at them.

The way to invest here I’ve found is to manually grab chunks of loans as they become available. Instead of using the auto-invest, as auto-invest is only allowed to take up about half of the value of each loan. Then it puts a percentage of each lenders capital into each loan. I found I wasn’t getting enough invested, so I decided to invest manually. It seems the way to get money lent out faster is to be in front of the computer when a loan comes live as I’ve found I can get the full £500 I like to have per loan if I’m fast (the loans sell out in a couple of minutes as they are very popular). You can see a list of my current loans by clicking on the screenshots above. I’m starting to get a nice portfolio going now.

Returns

My CrowdProperty account won’t begin to show much return for the first few months as most of the loans I’m invested in don’t pay until the loan completes. All capital and interest is paid back in one go. This is normal with some development loans as it allows the developer to complete the project and sell it before having to worry about large loan payments while the project is ongoing. Obviously this adds some more risk to the loans, but that’s why most are paying around 8%. I feel very comfortable with CrowdProperty at these rates as all loans have first legal charge on assets, which should make it easier to get all capital back if a loan was to default.

You can see from the screenshot below when capital and interest is expected to be paid back with my CrowdProperty investments. Looks like all of my current investments will have been repaid within 12 months.

CrowdProperty Account Screenshot 4 - Feb 2020 P2P Lending Update

If you’re looking for higher returns in GBP lending, definitely worth checking CrowdProperty out. Please consider using the link below so CrowdProperty will know that I sent you.

 

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Excerpt From The Full January 2020 Monthly Update

 

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I keep picking up loans from CrowdProperty who are a new lender I added to the portfolio in October. In short; a first charge, secured property lender with an excellent track record offering 7%-8% returns on medium term (12-24 month) loans. Rather than go through everything in this update, I decided to write an initial review here for anyone interested in taking a look at them.

Instead of using the auto-invest, I’ve been investing manually into new loans as they are issued. CrowdProperty have good loan flow, with 3 to 5 new loans per week on average. The auto-invest is only allowed to take up about half of the value of each loan. Then it puts a percentage of each lenders capital into each loan. I found I wasn’t getting enough invested, so I decided to invest manually. It seems the way to get money lent out faster is to be in front of the computer when a loan comes live as I’ve found I can get the full £500 I like to have per loan if I’m fast (the loans sell out in a couple of minutes as they are very popular). 

Returns

My CrowdProperty account won’t begin to show much return for the first few months as most of the loans I’m invested in don’t pay until the loan completes. All capital and interest is paid back in one go. This is normal with some development loans as it allows the developer to complete the project and sell it before having to worry about large loan payments while the project is ongoing. Obviously this adds some more risk to the loans, but that’s why most are paying around 8%. I feel very comfortable with CrowdProperty at these rates as all loans have first legal charge on assets, which should make it easier to get all capital back if a loan was to default.

If you’re looking for higher returns in GBP lending, definitely worth checking CrowdProperty out. Please consider using the link below so CrowdProperty will know that I sent you.

 

CrowdProperty Signup & Cashback Offers

No current cashback offers from CrowdProperty.

Use this link to go to CrowdProperty’s website and check for new offers, or to open an account >>> 

 

Excerpt From The December 2019 Monthly Update

 

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CrowdProperty Account Screenshot for December 2019 P2P Lending Update

CrowdProperty are a new lender I added to the portfolio in October. In short; a first charge, secured property lender with an excellent track record offering 7%-8% returns on medium term (12-24 month) loans. Rather than go through everything in this update, I decided to write an initial review here for anyone interested in taking a look at them.

I increased the investment to £10k in November and set up Auto-Invest with a £500 maximum in to each loan. Not all of it has been lent out yet unfortunately as the auto-invest only takes a percentage from each lender to fill the loan based on the maximum investment set. So sometimes I get the full £500 into a loan, but other times I only get £100 or £200. It seems the way to get money lent out faster is to be in front of the computer when a loan comes live as I’ve found I can get the full £500 if I’m fast (the loans sell out in a couple of minutes). Unfortunately it seems I’ve been away from the computer at 10am most days when loans come live so I’ve had to stick with the auto-invest, and thus, getting some cash drag.

Returns

My CrowdProperty account won’t begin to show much return for the first few months as most of the loans I’m invested in don’t pay returns until the loan completes when all capital and interest is paid back. This is normal with some development loans as it allows the developer to complete the project and sell it before having to worry about large loan payments while the project is ongoing. Obviously this adds some more risk to the loans, but that’s why most are paying around 8%.

If you’re looking for higher returns in GBP lending, definitely worth checking CrowdProperty out. Please consider using the link below so CrowdProperty will know that I sent you.

Click here to go to CrowdProperty’s website >>> and take a look.

 

 

Excerpt from the Full November 2019 Monthly P2P Lending Update

 

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CrowdProperty are a new lender I added to the portfolio in October. In short; a first charge, secured property lender with an excellent track record offering 7%-8% returns on medium term (12-24 month) loans. Rather than go through everything in this update, I decided to write an initial review here for anyone interested in taking a look at them.

After doing more research on the company, I topped up my account in November to the £10k mark. I picked up a few loans already, and I hope in November I’ll be able to get the full amount distributed into other new loans. I set up Auto-Invest with a £500 maximum in to each loan so we’ll see how that performs.

My CrowdProperty account won’t begin to show much return for the first few months as most of the loans I’m invested in don’t pay returns until the loan completes when all capital and interest is paid back. This is normal with some development loans as it allows the developer to complete the project and sell it before having to worry about large loan payments while the project is ongoing. Obviously this adds some more risk to the loans, but that’s why most are paying around 8%.

If you’re looking for higher returns, definitely worth checking CrowdProperty out. Please consider using the link below so CrowdProperty will know that I sent you.

Click here to go to CrowdProperty’s website >>> and take a look.

CrowdProperty Account Screenshot for November 2019 P2P Lending Update

 

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October 2019 Monthly Update

 

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See All Account Data & Screenshots From My CrowdProperty Account (coming soon).

CrowdProperty are a new lender I added to the portfolio in October. In short; a secured property lender with an excellent track record offering 8% returns on medium term (12-24 month) loans.

Rather than go through everything in this update, I decided to write an initial review here for anyone interested in taking a look at them. If you’re looking for higher returns, definitely worth checking them out. I’ll write more in coming months as I get some experience with them and get some lending figures recorded.

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CrowdProperty Account Screenshot 1 - October 2019 Update

CrowdProperty Account Screenshot 2 - October 2019 Update

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