Investor guide to marketplace lending

What is Marketplace lending?

Marketplace lending is often a new investment concept to many Australia investors. We produced this guide to help you understand what it is, and how you can invest in this asset class called 'real estate debt' which lets you earn target income returns from property projects.

Marketplace lending, also known as peer-to-peer lending or crowdfunding, is a financial arrangement that uses an online platform to connect investors who are seeking returns with borrowers seeking funds for a venture.

Read the key points below and complete the form to receive a copy of the investor guide.

What you'll learn in the investor guide to marketplace lending

In this comprehensive guide, we'll navigate the ins and outs of marketplace lending, focusing on the realm of private residential real estate debt. From understanding the basics to exploring investment options, join us as we uncover the potential for financial inclusion and prosperity in this dynamic market.

  • Marketplace lending democratizes access to private residential real estate debt.

  • CrowdProperty's small-scale developer survey reveals insights into the industry.

  • Understanding private residential real estate debt and its advantages for investors.

  • The importance of first mortgage security for investors seeking higher levels of security.

  • Exploring the capital stack and investment opportunities arising from Australia's housing shortage.

  • Eligibility criteria for investors and investment options offered by CrowdProperty.

  • How investing works with CrowdProperty, including due diligence and potential returns.

  • Options for wholesale investors and the advantages of investing with CrowdProperty.

  • Getting started with CrowdProperty to access strong investment opportunities in the Australian housing market.

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