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How Brickowner invests raised funds

Before raising for each investment Brickowner will complete its own due diligence and verify all marketing before each raise. All information collected is signed off by our investment committee before being listed on our platform for funding.

Once funding completes we work with a panel of trusted solicitors to draft the legal agreements and register the relevant security. Our investment will only complete once the legal due diligence has been signed off by our lawyer and on confirmation that the contract aligns with the Investment Memorandum.

On completion, investments are made through a Brickowner fund. This can either be through Brickowner Investments Limited or an LLP fund managed by Brickowner IM Ltd. Funds are invested through a special purpose vehicle which is a company set up solely to invest in the property. The exact structure of each investment may differ so please check the investment structure page for each property.

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