As with any investment, it’s crucial to know the risks involved in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) lending before you put up your hard-earned cash. Equally important is how platforms evaluate, manage, and present those risks. We take a look at two of the main categories of risk when it comes to P2P lending platforms and the different measures that are taken to mitigate them.Continue reading “Is Peer-to-Peer lending safe? What you need to know”
The new decade is upon us, and if you’re looking to change your financial outlook and secure future prosperity, there’s no time like right now to start investing. There are many asset classes to follow when choosing where to invest in 2020.
The key to building wealth and achieving financial security is to invest money wisely, but with so many options available, many people find themselves overwhelmed and end up opting for what they perceive as safe, traditional methods like retirement funds and savings accounts.Continue reading “Where to invest in 2020?”
In nowadays lending world, crowdfunding offers an alternative to traditional bank funding or hard-money lending. Typically, crowdfunding is faster than traditional methods of funding and offers more room for flexibility. These are the main benefits that also apply to EstateGuru business loans. However, there are a number of features that distinguish EstateGuru from other lending options. Find out more below.
As of now, EstateGuru’s investors have the opportunity to diversify their investments between three countries the firm operates in – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with the following destinations already under preparation. In order to raise our investors’ awareness of our operating markets and the respective real estate market, EstateGuru is hereby providing you with an overview of the latest addition to our operating countries – Lithuania!
Similar to last year, EstateGuru made a charitable project at Christmas to help the least privileged families. The Nida bridge loan helped fund buying Christmas gifts for children that are raised as orphans by their grandparents.