EstateGuru team is glad to present to you two significant changes in the Auto Invest feature, which have been created alongside our users.
As a pilot project, we are lowering the limit for setting the Auto Invest criteria to €250, in exchange for the current €500. This will be applied until the end of the current year. During this period, we will monitor the effectiveness of the new criteria and decisions concerning the following changes will be made in accordance with the users’ satisfaction.
The change is implemented to encourage our investors to build a more diversified portfolio and give more investors the chance to build their portfolio automatically, while using loan criteria that is preferred for them. Moreover, now our investors get the chance to use Auto Invest feature to invest into loans with the period of 18 months.
All investors can easily activate, adapt and deactivate their Auto Invest from their virtual account’s settings.
Last week, EstateGuru Co-founder and CEO Marek Pärtel and Business Development Manager Daniil Aal took part as members of the Estonian business delegation accompanying the Estonian Prime Minister Jüri Ratas in his visit to Dublin. EstateGuru has been preparing the market entry to Ireland for last 12 months and hopes to launch its first investment opportunity soon. Continue reading “EstateGuru is close to opening the Irish market in the near future”
EstateGuru has taken possession of its first defaulted loan’s collateral and has started the sales process to regain investors’ funds. Continue reading “EstateGuru sells the collateral of its first defaulted loan”
EstateGuru is happy to announce the launch of the new “Recent updates” section which will be used to publish information regarding loans and respective payments!
The update section can currently be found under each investment opportunity and will be available only when an update has been published. In the future, all relevant updates will be presented through a notification.
16.05.2017: Currently, updates have been published regarding Tolli 7 bridge loan, Kiviloo Manor bridge loan and Toome avenue development loan.