The new year is now in full swing and here is our first Problematic Loan Portfolio Overview of 2020. Besides statistics for Q4, it also contains some important updates from the previous month. To date, crowdfunding has been able to operate in conditions of economic growth and no major crisis has yet occurred. However, by now the first platforms in Europe have gone bankrupt, the first investor money has been lost, and in the last few weeks, the first scams have emerged. So, it’s even more important to be aware of all the accompanying risks when investing and to exercise extra caution by carrying out diligent pre-analysis of the platforms and projects you choose when deciding to invest.Continue reading “Problematic Loan Portfolio overview”
Over the years EstateGuru has grown into a mature and large organisation with more than 40 employees at the time of writing this blog post. This pool of talented and experienced people (see our team here) are working hard to bring the best investment opportunities to the platform. In this post, I would like to shed some light on how we operate on a daily basis.Continue reading “Overview of EstateGuru organisational structure”
EstateGuru’s Secondary Market offers our investors a new option to improve liquidity and earn profits on investments over a shorter period than 12 months.
In short, it allows investors to sell their existing claims to other investors before they reach full maturity.Continue reading “The Secondary Market – A User’s Guide”
We developed our diversification model for the purpose of calculating and illustrating the diversification level of the investment portfolio of an individual investor.Continue reading “New feature – diversification model”
Our September Cashback campaign is now in full swing, and we thought it would be a great idea to give our users a thorough explanation of how it works.
The idea behind the campaign is to encourage investors to diversify their portfolios by giving them a free bonus when they invest in opportunities carrying the Cashback symbol (CB).
How much you get back depends on the amount you invest and of course, how many loans you invest in.