Yielders
Yielders

8.86% Net
Projected Annualised Return*
24 to 60 Months
Term

Yielders Description 


Yielders is a crowd funding investment platform that puts UK property investment within the reach of investors. Their assets are already funded and provide pre-defined rental incomes, which means their investors have the potential to start earning returns almost immediately. 

Their mission is to provide UK property investment opportunities with competitively higher than market returns. Their quick, easy-to-use site provides a viable investment solution with off market opportunities in some of the most appealing markets within the UK.

How Does Yielders Work?


Yielders Pre-work

Yielders team of property experts search far and wide to provide investors with some of the most competitive off market opportunities – All assets are carefully screened and stress tested against their very high standards.

Browse Assets

Search through their carefully selected investment opportunities. Their strict criteria ensure they only find the best Yielding assets. These are all fully funded and ready to start earning.

Make Investments

With as little as £500, investors can become a Yielder. Each property investment will have a typical lifespan of 2 – 5 year. The UK team manages the whole investment process to minimise voids and maximise yields.

Return Yield

Their property assets are already pre-funded by the time you invest, which means there will be no voids and you can start earning almost immediately. Their investors receive a share of the monthly rental income, and with an average of 5%+ our yields are among the most competitive available.

Investment Exit

Most of their investments have a defined exit and this allows you to maximize your returns. However, as a shareholder you are also free to leave the investment whenever you want by listing the shares on their secondary market, additionally you can find a private buyer for your shares and manage the transfer via our platform.

Platform Risk Warning

Investing in property 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.