InvestSure Limited, the UK’s leading independent online property marketplace where experienced property investors and funders are introduced to high quality, vetted property and development investments, has launched a new improved platform. It employs the latest technology to make investing and funding simple, providing developers with a fast and efficient way to access up to 95% funding whilst offering investors and funders an excellent opportunity to achieve a good return.
Developers and other property asset owners looking for investment may join the marketplace and add projects to the platform. Investors and funders may join the marketplace to look for opportunities; they comprise: individual experienced property investors; family offices; banks; private investment companies; pension funds; asset managers; foreign wealth funds and challenger banks. There are no membership fees.
How InvestSure works
InvestSure’s platform is an exceptional tool, allowing investors and funders to perform searches based on their specific investment criteria such as location, type and amount of investment. Alerts can set up to automatically inform them when a suitable opportunity becomes available. Funders can offer heads of terms as they would do normally, however, equity investors can transfer capital to the developer via the platform, once they have concluded their own due diligence. InvestSure then provides them access to monitor their investments.
InvestSure conduct due diligence on each project before adding it to the platform. They pull together a comprehensive information pack to help investors and funders to assess an opportunity.
Janine Lewis, Founder and COO at InvestSure, commented:
“The success of our platform to date will be further enhanced by the improved technology which makes it even easier for investors and funders to find opportunities and invest. With the government’s new measures to facilitate house building we expect to see the number of investments we facilitate via the InvestSure marketplace increase substantially over the coming months.”