Intro Crowd
Intro Crowd

Intro Crowd Description


Intro Crowd are pioneers in UK strategic land investment. Intro Crowd provide unique opportunities for investors seeking to diversify their portfolios by investing in undeveloped land in the UK.

Strategic land refers to location, accessibility and potential. At Intro Crowd, the focus on sites adjacent to existing settlements in areas that have experienced a high growth in population. They believe these are promising sites where the potential for development could lead to a return on investment.

How Does Investing with Intro Crowd Work?


1. Select a site and choose the amount you'd like to invest

Log on to the platform to view available opportunities, along with key information and estimated returns. Select the land and invest.

Buy shares in a limited company that owns the land. The entry level for investment is £1,500 and then in further increments of £500.  Pay a 2% investment fee when investing, along with an up-front management fee. All fees will be clearly disclosed as part of the information provided on their website about each investment opportunity.

Investors will then own a part of the company that owns the land, proportional to the amount which investors invest. 

2. Leave it to the experts

The limited company which owns the land will appoint an investment manager along with planning experts to guide the land through the process. Intro Crowd will update all shareholders via the platform on progress every six months.  

3. Selling investment

If and when planning permission is achieved for the site, it will be sold. The investors should receive 95% of the net gain, after applicable taxes. Intro Crowd will be entitled to a 5% success fee once the land is sold. Please see above under the heading "What are Intro Crowd's fees?" for further information. 

Platform Risk Warning

Investing in property and land involves risks, including illiquidity (the inability to sell assets quickly or without substantial loss in value), lack of dividends, loss of investment and dilution, and it should only be done as part of a diversified portfolio. Your capital is at risk.