Historically, investing in residential property has generated higher returns than those generated by the stock market and savings.
How it works
Invest in property from £100.1
Benefit from owning property3
Sell your investment4
Invest in property from £100.
Invest as little as £100 up to as much as you like into properties of your choosing. We aim to provide you with access to exclusive institutional grade property investments which would otherwise be inaccessible to most investors.
You can build your own property portfolio by investing in a number of different properties on the platform. You can add funds and increase the size of your portfolio whenever you want, should you wish to do so. Its completely your decision as to what you invest in, how much you invest, and when you invest.
You will earn a share of any monthly rental income from your properties, proportional to the amount you invested in that particular property. You can either reinvest this income into new properties, or withdraw it. It’s your money, so it’s up to you.
Benefit from owning property
As an investor and owner of property, your investment will be tied to any change in the value of the property and the wider market. Historically property has outperformed other forms of investment such as the stock market and savings.
*Past performance are not indicative of future returns.
Sell your investment
You can offer your shares in a property for sale to other investors on the Brickowner secondary market whenever you wish. This is a market place where our members can sell and buy shares in properties. You can decide how much of your investment you want to sell, and at what price you want to offer it for sale. Alternatively you can remain invested in a property for the full investment term
At Brickowner we believe in transparent and easy to understand fees.
Brickowner charges a 3% fee on the amount invested, and then a 0.75% annual management fee for managing the investment.
No fee is charged by Brickowner when you sell your shares on the platform. The proceeds of a sale are yours to keep.