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Crowdium offers the possibility to invest in pesos with an estimated return of 30% in dollars

Real estate crowdfunding is a way to invest in pesos and obtain a return in dollars. The market offers a new venture in which you can invest from 10,000 pesos through the Internet. Crowdium is the first real estate crowdfunding platform in Argentina to offer this possibility. Investors can also generate a return on their investments.

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More and more Argentinians are choosing this type of investment to increase their savings in dollars in one of the traditionally safest and most reliable markets. This is a trend driven by technology and internet access, which allows investing pesos in real estate assets valued in dollars and from very low amounts.

In the past, in order to access this type of opportunities, an investor had to have all the capital of the asset to be acquired. Those amounts, which on average exceeded $100,000, left out the vast majority of Argentine savers. Today there are solutions that allow investing not only in one project, but in several simultaneously, in pesos and directly from home.

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Crowdium offers investors the possibility to dollarize their money

Crowdium, the first real estate crowdfunding platform in Argentina, allows access to the purchase of dollars without limit and channel them into the real estate market from 10,000 pesos. In this way, investors not only dollarize their pesos, but can also generate a return on their investment in one of the historically safest and most stable markets.

With more than 96,000 registered investors on the platform, Crowdium has become the largest real estate crowdfunding company in Latin America. It has funded 16 projects for more than US$13 million. As a fundamental milestone, it has already distributed to its investors returns of 30% in dollars in a term of 18 months and distributed rents of 12% per year in dollars in a project in Vaca Muerta, Añelo, in the province of Neuquén.

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On this occasion, the company brings a new investment opportunity, HUB Cabildo II: a premium residential real estate development in the neighborhood of Núñez, in the City of Buenos Aires. After a successful first funding, a second stage is being launched. The project proposes to acquire well units at a fixed price with a significant discount on the developer’s list price for wholesale and cash purchase. “It is one of the most outstanding developments in the area, where the revaluation from the finished well exceeds 10% per year, which is estimated to generate a profitability between 25 and 35% in dollars in 36 months”, according to the company.

To access this opportunity, investors can register for free on Crowdium’s platform or call the investment advisors and create an account at no cost. Contributions are made by bank transfer to the trust account, which is managed by an independent public trustee.

The trustee registered with the National Securities Commission is in charge of the administration of the capital and the subsequent sale of the apartments. In turn, the platform’s team of specialists will define the best time and price at which the units can be sold, in order to ensure that investors receive the highest possible return.

Once the funding process is completed, investors will receive a document signed by the trustee indicating the percentage of ownership interest.

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Desmond O’Flynn believes in minimalism and the power of beer. As a young reporter for some of the largest national publications, he has lived in the world of finance and investing for nearly three decades. He has since included world politics and the global economy in his portfolio. He also writes about entrepreneurs and small businesses, as well as innovation in fintech, gambling, and cannabis industries.