At EstateGuru we place a very high value in investor
satisfaction and believe it is vitally important to gather regular investor
Part of this strategy is to conduct frequent investor
surveys to gather the opinions and feedback of our 48000+ investors.
If you are not taking part in these surveys we urge you to
do so in future, as it allows you to have a real say in how we run EstateGuru
and helps us determine a development plan that serves the needs of investors.
Our most recent survey was conducted in April and delivered
some very interesting results. Here we share some of them.
Continue reading “April 2020 EstateGuru Investor Survey results”
Hi! My name is Antti and I am an investor.
I will not dwell long on the introductions. I’ll admit freely: I am religious. Not in the common sense of the word though. I believe in real estate. My investment portfolio consists of 100% real estate and I can say with conviction that I am a firm believer in the power of property.
Continue reading “EstateGuru employee investment journey – Part 7: Antti Undrits”
EstateGuru has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs that allows you to buy equity in the platform and become part of the company’s future.
In order to take advantage of this amazing opportunity, which is the first time we’ve ever made equity in the company available, you will need to register as an investor on the Seedrs platform.
Continue reading “Seedrs Registration Guide”
The borrower: Local Lithuanian real estate borrower Klaipėdos loftai has over 10 years of experience building new-developments and redeveloping existing ones.
The development: The development consists of a three-story building featuring a total of 55 loft-style apartments, with a total gross development value of €5 000 000.
Continue reading “How we funded a 55-unit new residential development in Klaipėda, Lithuania”
My investment history goes back to age 8. I started with a
savings product. My parents were giving me weekly money for school. I didn’t
use it all and once I had saved around €1 (in current currency), I was able to
buy a toy I really wanted. Back then what seems like a small amount now took me
months to save. So I got a taste for fulfilling my goals by putting something
aside and I learned my first lesson – pay yourself first.
Continue reading “EstateGuru employee investment journey – Part 6: Mihkel Stamm”