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It's 2017 and many property experts are claiming, with good reason, that 'buy to let' is dead. However, property remains the nation's favourite asset class. In this book, Frazer Fearnhead, founder of the world's first property crowdfunding platform, The House Crowd, explains why the traditional model of buy to let property investment is no longer an effective way to build your wealth and how you can access larger scale property investments with superior returns via the new property crowdfunding platforms.
<ul> <li>How to determine your own investment criteria</li> <li>How to beat the averages when investing</li> <li>How to analyse a property investment</li> <li>Why traditional buy to let is no longer viable</li> <li>How crowdfunding works</li> <li>The different types of crowdfunding</li> <li>Equity investments v debt investments</li> <li>The risks of crowdfunding and how to mitigate them</li> <li>How to select the right platform(s) to work with</li> </ul>
"An invaluable and enlightening insight for your financial future"
-Nigel Beverley (crowdfunding investor)
"This book shows how I can secure my family's future through property investment, whilst avoiding the usual hurdles. It gives me peace of mind that crowdfunding platforms exist and, more importantly, that they are run by real property experts."
-Gareth Clements (crowdfunding investor)
"I'm retired and always looking for the best way to boost my income each year. This guide is essential reading for anyone who wants to control their own investment decisions. Why didn't someone tell me about this brilliant alternative form of investment before now."
-Paul Stallard (crowdfunding investor)
"Frazer has written this book using common English words which are spoken by most people everyday, which makes this book a joy to read. It is almost like a modern courtroom drama with the various points discussed, analysed , the evidence being carefully considered as the reader is guided through this book with short chapters , and a complete lack of waffle or flannel (If you prefer). I wished that Fraser had written this book 5 years earlier! Thank you for letting me read the book before it's publication."
-John Miller (crowdfunding investor)