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Who can invest with CrowdProperty?

How does the CrowdProperty Shield work?

What is an Individual Savings Account (ISA)?

Any individual can invest with CrowdProperty provided they are over 18, have a UK bank account and have a proof of identity and address within UK.

The CrowdProperty Shield is our industry leading, three-tiered security system. It provides three strict steps to ensure we lend to only the most lucrative projects with the highest levels of security: 1. our rigorous due diligence process 2. our first legal charge and 3. our unparalleled expertise. For more information on each of these criteria, please refer to our Investors page.

An ISA is an Individual Savings Account. An ISA is a 'wrapper' in which you can shelter savings and investments from tax. There are multiple types of ISA available; cash ISA, stocks and shares ISA, Help To Buy ISA, the Lifetime ISA and the Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA). You can put money into an ISA up to a set limit each tax year. This limit is known as your 'ISA allowance'. Any returns or gains made from money placed in an ISA are not subject to income and capital gains tax. You don't even need to declare ISAs on your tax return.

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