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Don’t invest unless you’re prepared to lose money. This is a high-risk investment. You may not be able to access your money easily and are unlikely to be protected if something goes wrong. Take 2 mins to learn more.

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No. You are making a loan to a limited company that has been set up to purchase the property. There is no other debt and in the event of the property being sold, proceeds (less sale costs) will be distributed in full to investors.
Assetz Exchange is fully transparent on fees. We charge an arrangement fee when the property is first purchased and also a monthly monitoring fee which is a proportion of the rent received. Both fees are clearly stated in the loan conditions. All yields shown are net of all fees and costs.
Yes. All distributions are reported as interest or dividend income depending on the type of lease. Please see the Help Centre for more information.
Yes, investments are ISA eligible with our Innovative Finance ISA. You can also transfer in an existing ISA from another provider.
Investors buy and sell their holdings on the Exchange. Prices are set by the market and there are no transaction fees.
We provide loans to purchase land and install basic services (such as gas, water, electricity and roads) which are then sold to buyers as serviced plots, who may then purchase a modular eco-home to be constructed. This approach removes much of the traditional development risk. See here for more details.
Yes. The current price of the property is determined by buyers and sellers on the Exchange. You can choose to sell your holding for more than you paid for it, subject to finding a willing buyer. If investors vote to sell the property on the open market then all proceeds net of costs and corporation tax will be distributed to investors (subject to a 3% annual cap).
Yes. Assetz Exchange is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).