Date: 27 September 2017
SHOJIN PROPERTY PARTNERS LAUNCHES CROWDFUNDING PROPERTY INVESTMENT PLATFORM
Everyone has heard about the lucrative returns in property development. But what if you don’t have large sums of money saved up, don’t have experience in the property market or fear the risk of losing everything if not done correctly? The solution to your problem could soon be here. On Wednesday, 27th September, Shojin Property Partners launched a crowdfunding property investment platform giving investors the opportunity to invest as little as £5,000 alongside seasoned professionals designed to achieve returns similar to those of a developer.
Jatin Ondhia, CEO of Shojin Property Partners, said “Until now, most investors have focused only on the buy-to-let market, mostly because they did not have access to property development opportunities. Shojin Property Partners gives them access to the lucrative development market, backed by our extensive experience. “
Shojin Property Partners has been operating since 2009 and specialises in investment in property development projects. Unlike most other crowdfunding platforms, the company aligns itself with its investors by charging no upfront fees, but rather co-investing’s its own money alongside every investor on every project, and then sharing profits at the end.
Shojin Property Partners is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Investors’ interests are protected by the level of due diligence performed on each project. Each investment opportunity is handpicked by its team of property experts. Only the most suitable projects make it through the mandatory three levels of due diligence.
Sandeep Puri, Head of Construction and Development said “Shojin has a very experienced and qualified team to carry out thorough due diligence. We oversee each project until completion. What makes us unique is that we look after our investors’ interests and are only rewarded at the end when a project completes and the investors have been paid their profits.
The crowdfunding platform was developed to bring together like-minded people with a common goal of investing in property development with attractive returns. The process is simple: create an account to become a member. Once you are a member you will be presented with opportunities not visible to the general public. When you find an attractive opportunity, just read through the due diligence on the project and, if you’re happy to proceed, go ahead and invest. Then sit back, relax and wait for regular updates from the team.
Gareth Bain, Head of Marketing, said: “Shojin Property Partners stands apart in the world of crowdfunding. Shojin doesn’t just connect investors with developers, but carries out crucial due diligence, and co-invests in each project, to give investors confidence in their investment.”
Over the past eight years, the Shojin team has successfully completed 5 large scale investment projects and currently has 3 projects underway. They have raised and invested in excess of £ 14m in projects with
development values of over £100m. If investors are interested in becoming a member of the Shojin Property Partners community, get in touch as they have a number of projects available for investment across the country. Please call 0203 871 5959 or visit www.shojin.co.uk or find us on Facebook. Shojin Property Partners is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 716765). Shojin Property Partners is a trading name of Shojin Financial Services Limited (company number 09697161) and the registered office is at Golden Cross House, 8 Duncannon Street, London, WC2N 4JF.
For more information please contact:
Gareth Bain, Marketing Manager on 0203 875 5959 or 07982 161 849
Notes for the editor:
Shojin Property Partners is an experienced UK based property investment and development company. We provide equity funding for property developers and co-invest alongside investors in every single project. The Shojin Property Partners group has been operating since 2009 and has successfully raised funding for projects ranging from £500,000 - £10 million.