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Co-ownership
Broc, Fribourg

65% funded
Available to invest CHF 925,000
Min. investment CHF 25,000
Expected return 5.81%

Co-ownership
Ursy, Fribourg

100% funded
Min. investment CHF 25,000
Expected return 5.81%
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Funded properties

Co-ownership
Vully-les-Lacs, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 50,000
Expected return 5.65%

Co-ownership
Montreux, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 25,000
Expected return 5.10%

Co-ownership
Payerne, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 50,000
Expected return 6.31%

Co-ownership
Valbroye, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 50,000
Expected return 5.42%

Co-ownership
Moudon, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 25,000
Expected return 6.17%

Co-ownership
Lausanne, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 25,000
Expected return 5.73%

Co-ownership
Moudon, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 25,000
Expected return 6.55%

Co-ownership
Bernex, Geneva

Min. investment CHF 25,000
Expected return 4.50%

Co-ownership
Fribourg, Fribourg

Min. investment CHF 50,000
Expected return 5.22%

Co-ownership
Avenches, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 50,000
Expected return 6.00%

Co-ownership
Lausanne, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 50,000
Expected return 5.00%

Co-ownership
Concise, Vaud

Min. investment CHF 50,000
Expected return 6.53%

FAQs

What is Foxstone?

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Foxstone is a real estate crowdfunding platform linking investors together to purchase shares in a rented investment property in co-ownership, (to collect a rental income proportional to their equity stake) or to grant a loan to a real estate developer, (to collect a fixed amount of interest). Foxstone is neither a financial intermediary, nor a real estate investment fund. The platform solely acts as a link between investors and sellers or property developers.

What is crowdlending?

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Crowdlending is the granting of a loan to a real estate company in order to finance a real estate development project or refinance an existing real estate asset. Investors receive a fixed interest on a quarterly basis and recover their capital at the maturity of the loan, the duration of which varies from 1 to 5 years. They have the possibility to put their loan contracts up for sale at any time on our secondary market.

Which title certifies the loan?

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The loan is materialized by a debt contract issued by the borrowing company which owns the construction project or the building to be refinanced.

What would happen to my loan if Foxstone came to disappear?

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In the event that Foxstone were to disappear, this would not affect the loan. Investors are still in possession of the debt contract issued by the company owning the real estate development project entered in the land register on behalf of the company. Depending on the investment offers, these contracts may also be linked to a first or second rank mortgage note, thus increasing the safety of the investment.

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