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What happens if a property doesn’t complete its funding?

If for some reason a property investment opportunity on the Brickowner platform doesn’t complete its funding target, any funds that have been committed by investors will be reimbursed in full along with any platform fee that might have been charged. These will be reimbursed into the user’s Brickowner wallet.

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