Each investor expressing an interest in an offer receives the investment file including:
And must fill, sign and return the following documents:
These documents are required by the mortgage provider and the notary.
No, crowdinvesting does not give access to the individual use of the property, unlike the PPE condominium. Co-owners invest in order to collect returns and not for the purpose of living on the property.
No, for obvious logistical reasons we usually do not organize private tours of the buildings before buying them. However, you have access to the photos as well as the technical and structural details of the property, summarized in the prospectus of each investment proposal.
PPE condominium usually consists in the purchase of an apartment. It gives the owner the right to use this apartment either to live in it or to rent it (and generate returns). A crowdinvestment in co-ownership consists in the purchase of a part of a building; each co-owner holds a fraction of the entire building. The goal is to earn a return and not to live in it. As a real estate investment, crowdinvesting in co-ownership has the following advantages over PPE condominium:
The renovation fund consisting solely of cash, is owned by the co-owners. Therefore, the share of each investor in the renovation fund is calculated pro rata of his or her share of co-ownership. In the event of a sale of a share of co-ownership, the shares of the renovation fund belonging to the out-going co-owner increases the selling price.