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PrePay Real Estate Crowdfunding Closes its First 12 Months with €628,000 Raised

Those who invest in projects with the PrePay formula on their part immediately collect the entire interest generated by their investment and can then choose whether to invest it back into one of the platform’s other projects, thus taking advantage of the compound interest mechanism to increase their income, or transfer it to their own account.

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PrePay Investimenti, a lending crowdfunding platform launched in 2021, has closed its first 12 months of operations with eight projects (2 pure real estate and 6 on business initiative), all successfully closed in a few days and always overfunded, for a total collection of $658,840 (€628,532).

PrePay, based in Milan, was founded by two 30-year-old entrepreneurs of Calabrian origin Pierluigi Benemerito and Antonio Fasanella from whom it was totally self-funded. Unlike the vast majority of lending crowdfunding platforms in Italy, which have Lemonway as their payment institution, PrePay relies on Mangopay.

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Investors in projects with the PrePay formula immediately collect the entire interest

Three of the funded projects have already come to a successful conclusion having been repaid both principal and interest, while on all of them the interest has been paid in advance, as per the PrePay formula, which is one of the distinctive features of the platform.

In projects that adhere to this formula, in fact, the proponent pays in advance, that is, immediately after the conclusion of the collection, the interest due to investors.

Those who invest in projects with the PrePay formula on their part immediately collect the entire interest generated by their investment and can then choose whether to invest it back into one of the platform’s other projects, thus taking advantage of the compound interest mechanism to increase their income, or transfer it to their own account.

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It is a formula that actually seems to have met with the appreciation of users, who have grown significantly throughout the course of the year, reaching a total of 342 members at the end of last February, including 254 active investors, often on more than one project.

Having cashed in on its debut success, PrePay does not intend to stop and is relaunching. The goal, said the two founders is to “Reach $2.1 million (€2 million) in funding and 500 active investors by December 2022.”

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Daphne Freeman has worked in the crowdfunding and impact investing industry for the past few years, gaining experience in marketing, and connecting businesses and entrepreneurs in need with the right investors. As a seasoned grant writer as well as financial market journalist, she is passionate about making a social impact in the world. A free spirit, Daphne also enjoys writing and exploring topics of interest, currently CBD, health and beauty, and social media influencers.