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High profile property investment platform adds international dimension

FCA-regulated property investment platform Shojin has entered into partnerships with two International real estate investing services. 

One is LINUS Digital Finance, a German real estate investment platform, and the other is Reinvest24, an Estonian real estate crowdfunding platform. 

London-based Shojin offers a co-investment model to allow individuals to invest in real estate assets, including institutional-grade property development projects.


Founded in 2016, Berlin-based LINUS also harnesses technology and real estate expertise to give investors access to what it calls “high-quality co-investment opportunities.”

Shojin is now listing one of LINUS’s opportunities on its platform: the Oakley Square development in Camden, London. 

Meanwhile, Reinvest24 is now listing some of Shojin’s opportunities for its own platform, allowing European investors to access UK real estate investment opportunities. Both Shojin and Reinvest24 are members of the Association of Real Estate Investment Platforms, a trade association which says it’s striving to build investor trust by standardising practices and championing transparency.

Reinvest24 listed Shojin’s Westbrook Mills project – a development in Surrey – on its site, raising the first tranche of funding in less than a week. 

Shojin chief executive Jatin Ondhia says: “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, with collaborations between platforms helping to consolidate market opportunities. This in turn provides greater stability for investors, a greater variety of global opportunities, and greater liquidity by driving up the number of people participating in the market.”

And Lukas Endl, chief operating officer of LINUS, adds: “The success of this initial investment opportunity highlights the strategic fit between the two platforms. We look forward to working with Shojin on a range of opportunities in the future.”


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