European Investment Platform Shojin, LINUS, Reinvest24 to Focus on Real Estate Initiatives

Investment platform Shojin has teamed up with LINUS as well as Reinvest24 in order to expand various real estate opportunities.

Shojin, a UK-headquartered FCA-regulated investment platform, has announced its partnership with LINUS Digital Finance, a Berlin-based real estate investment platform, and Reinvest24, an Estonia-based real estate crowdfunding platform.

The collaboration should aim to support international real estate investments by offering access to co-investment deals via the platforms.

Shojin, with head offices in London, leverages a co-investment model which permits individual investors to take part in different kinds of real estate assets such as institutional-grade property development initiatives.

The partnership with LINUS, established back in 2016, takes advantage of a collaborative approach in identifying high-potential initiatives, carrying out due diligence, and employing various co-investment models.

As a product of this working relationship, Shojin will reportedly be listing one of LINUS’s initiatives on its platform: the Oakley Square development, which is based in Camden, London.

As noted in an update shared with CI, the shared strategy in business practices enables both firms to list various projects on their platforms via a seamless process, thus helping to pave the way for other potential opportunities in the future.

At the same time, Reinvest24 is listing various Shojin’s initiatives, thus helping to open up opportunities for investors across Europe so they are able to invest in UK-based real estate.

Both businesses are reportedly members of the Association of Real Estate Investment Platforms (AREIP), which is an organization focused on establishing investor trust via standardization and greater transparency.

The ongoing partnership with Reinvest24 supports global investment in UK-based real estate development, thus assisting with housebuilding.

Last month, Reinvest24 had listed Shojin’s Westbrook Mills initiative, which is a Surrey development, via its official website, acquiring the initial capital within a few days.

Jatin Ondhia, CEO of Shojin, stated:

“We are delighted to be working with LINUS and Reinvest24. Fundamentally we all believe in democratising exciting, institutional-grade real estate investment opportunities through technology and the co-investment model. These partnerships demonstrate that the digital property investment sector is maturing, providing greater stability for investors and driving up the number of people participating in the market. We are excited to be driving this progress.”

LINUS COO, Lukas Endl, remarked:

“We are happy that in Shojin, we have found a like-minded partner in the UK that can help us grow outside our core market. We look forward to working with Shojin on a range of opportunities in the future.”

Tanel Orro, CEO at Reinvest 24, commented:

“Through our new strategic partnership with Shojin Property Partner, we are confident to bring institutional-grade real estate investment opportunities from the UK market to European investors.”

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