Since its inception, Shojin has funded 15 separate developments with a projected GDV of £120m and has welcomed more than 2,000 investor members.
The company’s latest project to be completed was the Royal Crescent Apartments in Southampton.
Shojin acquired the site in 2015 and worked with the council to improve the original design and increase the number of units from 88 to 101.
The development comprised a range of one- and two-bedroom apartments spread across seven floors with underground parking and over 5,000 sq ft of commercial space.
Once completed, the development is expected to be valued at £22m.
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“As a crowdfunding company, our projects have been highly successful because we co-invest our own funds into every project and our interests are always aligned with our investors,” said Jatin Ondhia, CEO at Shojin Property Partners (pictured above).
“We charge no management fees and share the profits with investors once the project is completed.
“Our network of property developers approaches us regularly with projects that need funding.
“We ensure every project goes through our three stages of due diligence and only present to our investors the developments which meet our stringent criteria.”