With its equity crowdfunding campaign set to close on Invesdor later this week, UK-based property platform Ezylet has successfully secured more than £750,000 from nearly 75 investors. Originally seeking 500,000 by the end of July, the company secured its initial funding target and then extended the initiative until the end of August.
Ezylet was founded by landlord and investor Paul Foy and describes itself as an exciting property portal that’s aimed at the “untapped” private rental market. Landlords, agents, and even tenants may access a host of property services all on the Ezylet platform. It was revealed:
“At Ezylet, we are committed to simplifying the process of finding or renting a property – making the property market better. Our vision is to grow the Ezylet brand, so it can become the premier provider of services to Landlords and Tenants in the UK. With this in mind we are looking for investors to help us fulfil our vision and be part of our journey to redefine the rental market.”
Ezylet also shared:
“Paul’s vision was to create a property platform where all the services required by a landlord would be available under one roof. From finding a tenant to property management – tax matters to finding a tradesperson, this concept, which is now a reality, puts the landlord in control of managing his property. Therefore increasing his profits and enjoying seeing the growth of his investment. That’s the Ezylet way!”
All funds will be used to continue Ezylet’s growth and development. The campaign will close on Thursday.
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