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Crowdestate finalizes with 2 months in advance the exit of a real estate project in Milan

The 1,044 investors who last March had financed the real estate project Via Visconti di Modrone in Milan with $893,000 (€750,000), have obtained $940,000 (€790,000), with an IRR of 12% on an annual basis. Crowdestate also intends to launch real estate projects in Emilia Romagna and Tuscany. In addition, the portal is evaluating initiatives of Italian developers in the Spanish and Swiss markets.

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The real estate project in Via Visconti di Modrone in Milan, launched last March on the Estonian real estate lending crowdfunding platform Crowdestate, was finalized 2 months in advance of the business plan, thus allowing in a few months the return on the invested capital to the 1,044 investors who had financed it with $893,000 (€750,000) in a single day.

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Investors were repaid $940,000 (€790,000) 

The project, carried out by the company Cunietti Oggioni Real Estate, led to the renovation of an office of 220 square meters and its transformation into three high-end apartments. The total repaid capital, including interest, is equal to $940,000 (€790,000) with a return for investors (IRR) of 12% on an annual basis.

“This investment opportunity is a great injection of confidence for the months to come. We have given the opportunity to 1,044 investors to take part in a real estate transaction in the historic center of Milan, managed by a leading real estate company, generating a unique return in this period. We are pleased that a relationship of trust and mutual esteem has been established with the company Cunietti and Oggioni Real Estate. This is the second investment with them, a sign that the added value that we guarantee is a determining factor in a period when the provision of capital is increasingly complicated and necessary. In this way, we have supported a small and medium sized company in its growth process by ensuring that it can carry out an important real estate operation,” commented Niccolò Pravettoni, Country Manager of Crowdestate Italia.

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With Cunietti and Oggioni Real Estate, Crowdestate had already successfully closed another investment opportunity: the Meravigli 16 project, also in the center of Milan. The total cost of the project was $1 million (€900,000); Crowdestate participated with a share of $357,000 (€300,000), financed by over 600 investors. The operation was completed in November 2019 in just 5 months, ahead of the 8 months announced, with the sale of all the apartments, allowing investors to repay the capital and pay interest, equal to 11% on an annual basis.

Crowdestate is the first real estate crowdfunding platform in Europe

Crowdestate was founded in 2014 in Estonia by Loit Linnupold, still 100% owner of the company, who prefers to grow with his own means. It was the first real estate crowdfunding platform born in Europe. Given the fast growth and the demand for new investment opportunities, since 2017 the platform has started its internationalization, opening in 7 European countries, including Italy (in 2018). Crowdestate also intends to launch real estate projects in Emilia Romagna and Tuscany.

In addition, the portal is evaluating initiatives of Italian developers in the Spanish and Swiss markets. In general, the focus is on: the main Italian cities, which offer more guarantees both in terms of real estate and liquidity; real estate projects with a time horizon of 12-18 months, with fast returns; renovation and redevelopment of existing buildings. Every investor can also join projects in 7 countries, benefiting from geographical diversification.

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