8th July 2016

Property investment now from £1000

Property investment now from £1000

Newsletter, 7 July 2016

Robert Pasternak here, I’m one of the Founders of Crowd with Us, the most transparent UK property crowdfunding platform, and it’s a real pleasure to meet you again.

If you are reading this email, then I can assume you might be considering an investment in London property. In order to meet the expectations of our investors, we have decided to change our entry level to £1000. Why this game change? We strongly believe in the power of crowdfunding and how it could bring accessibility to the property market.

As I’m sure you’re aware, with property prices so elevated, an investment in London property could be really challenging. In the London area the upward trend is likely to remain, especially now with a new rush among foreign investors, due to the sterling’s plunge1. It might also be seen as a wake-up call for domestic investors, who are more likely to act and allocate funds in high demand properties. Even in uncertain times, we tend to rely on the bricks & mortar market, which traditionally has been seen as one of the most stable.

As a property crowdfunding company we specialize in bringing investors together with a minimum investment of £1000. Our motivation is shared with yours; we have a transparent system and a win-win scenario which mean that the more you profit, the more that Crowd with Us profit.

And here are a few more reasons to crowd with us:

Wisdom tells us that time is money. That’s why we want to save your time. CWU handles the mortgage, takes care of the property and aims to find appropriate tenants. You just need to sit back and relax.


Sharing is caring, they also say. Now you can spread your investment over several properties and decide how best to manage your share.


As it can be hard to know where to invest, CWU focuses on areas of London where the market remains traditionally strong, and in our opinion still shows potential for strong growth.


1 http://www.scmp.com/business/money/article/1981536/hong-kong-property-investors-cash-brexit