Reinvest24 enters the United Kingdom

Reinvest24 enters the United Kingdom

Estonian real estate investment platform Reinvest24 has announced a strategic partnership with Shojin Property Partners. Shojin Property Partners is an FCA regulated investment company from the United Kingdom. Through the partnership, Reinvest24 can now enter the real estate market in the United Kingdom.

Both real estate investing platforms were already working together since 2022, when they founded the Association of Real Estate Investment Platforms (AREIP). In a blog post, Reinvest24 states that the core values and understandings of both platforms are closely aligned.

Real estate market in the United Kingdom

As of 2008, the housing market in the United Kingdom has seen a rise in average house prices. In December 2022, the average house price in the country was 265,000 British pounds. While the prices have seen a slight decline, prices in the areas around London are more stable. “It is a lucrative market for those looking to invest in real estate, but it is important to stay informed and keep an eye on the ever-changing market trends”, says Reinvest24.

‘We are confident to enter the UK market’

For many investing platforms, the UK real estate market has proved to be an attractive destination for investors over the years. “With the demand for real estate increasing globally, the UK market is set to continue its growth trajectory. Together with our new strategic partnership, we are confident to enter the UK market and bring institutional-grade real estate investment opportunities to our investors.”

‘Shojin is a regulated market participant with an extensive track record.’

“Shojin Property Partners is a local regulated market participant who has an extensive track record for originating and successfully completing real estate investment projects in the UK market. So, whether you are a seasoned investor or a beginner, it is time to take action and get involved in the UK real estate market.”



Pleuni writes all types of news and background articles for Eurolutions, the online publishing company behind Investment Platforms. She has been working there since 2019.

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