Housers was created by two entrepreneurs, Álvaro Luna from Madrid and Tono Brusola from Valencia. They have already amassed 23 million euros of collective financing for 92 properties: 73 in Madrid, 9 in Barcelona, 7 in Valencia, 1 in Marbella and 2 in Palma de Mallorca, Spanish Real Estate explains.
The platform has at present nearly 43,000 registered users, 65% having decided to invest in different real estate projects. The company is sure that net average yield is approaching 3.6%, just in rentals.
To obtain the approval from the CNMV, the company carried out small modifications to its functioning, namely the platform’s level of neutrality. Now the process only requires the regulator to formalise the registration. The same source recalls that last February the largest Spanish real estate crowdfunding operation until present closed, through which 1,278 individual investors shared in the financing of the construction of a new property in Madrid. This operation came to 1.8 million euros, of which 1.2 million came from investors.