Einicia Relaunches its Crowdfunding Activity with a New Investment Opportunity
Einicia, founded in 2016, now relaunches its activity by offering loan and investment opportunities of high interest, high profitability, maximum guarantees, and in an exclusive way and prior to the rest of the market. Einicia Crowdfunding manages the reception, deposit, and transfer of its clients’ funds through Mangopay, a regulated payment entity of reference in the sector.
Einicia, the crowdfunding platform created in 2016, relaunches its activity with a new exclusive investment opportunity, which will be available to investors prior to the launch to the rest of the market. The new operation consists of granting a loan to carry out the purchase of a property. The Einicia team believes that this is a very interesting operation, with a return of 8% and a payback of the investment in only twelve months.
The new project published by Einicia consists of granting a loan of $1.6 million (€1.5 million) for the purchase of a warehouse in Lezo (Guipuzkoa), which is currently leased to two companies. It is appraised by TINSA and valued at more than $3.7 million (€3.5 million). The company that is going to acquire this property is Dyorder IBT, incorporated in 2021 and dedicated to rental management. It is planning to become a listed real estate investment company (SOCIMI) in the coming months, in order to complete the process of distributing the family’s real estate assets.
The transaction will be structured via debt, so that Einicia’s investors will grant a fixed-rate loan to the acquiring company. The financing will be used entirely for the acquisition of the property. The return for the investor will be 8% per annum and the property acquired will be secured by a mortgage with an LTV (loan-to-value ratio) of 42.36%, i.e. the loan amount represents 42.36% of the appraised value. In addition, it is secured by the pledge of the two rents of the acquired property and three other rents, assigned by the developer’s family to increase the guarantees, for a total amount of 341,400 euros/year, so that the sum of all the pledged rents represents 22.76% of the amount of the loan. As for the investment recovery period, it is set at twelve months.
“In recent months we have been analyzing possible operations and we have not wanted to relaunch the firm until we have found an operation that we consider optimal for attracting an investment with a high return,” says Juan Carlos Seoane, CEO of Einicia. “In this case, we are presenting a proposal that, without a doubt, can be attractive for all those investors interested in being part of it and that will allow us to support a project that, we hope, will be the first of many others that we will announce in the coming months on our platform.”
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Einicia Crowfunding uses Mangopay
Einicia Crowfunding is a Participatory Financing Platform (PFP), regulated by Law 5/2015 on the Promotion of Business Financing and supervised by the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV) and the Bank of Spain, which connects project promoters in need of funding, with investors looking to monetize their money.
Einicia, founded in 2016, now relaunches its activity by offering loan and investment opportunities of high interest, high profitability, maximum guarantees, and in an exclusive way and prior to the rest of the market. Opportunities are evaluated by an expert, specialized and authorized team.
It offers a new vision of the investment world through new alternative financing formulas, such as crowdlending, which offers an interest rate on the money received, or investment crowdfunding, which offers shares in a company.
Einicia Crowdfunding manages the reception, deposit, and transfer of its clients’ funds through Mangopay, a regulated payment entity of reference in the sector.
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