Shojin is an FCA-regulated real estate investment platform opening the door to new ways to invest in property, giving investors access to lucrative opportunities which were previously out of reach.
By using our deep knowledge and experience of the UK property development and asset management sectors, we find and match the opportunity to the investor.
We bring together an expert community of property professionals, investors and developers whose shared experience and commitment enable them to unlock unrivalled co-investment opportunities.
The opportunities we pursue are backed by the highest levels of due diligence and we only ever present projects that we invest in ourselves.
Use your ISA allowance before5th April
An Innovative Finance ISA, or IFISA, lets you invest in lending platforms
and receive interest tax-free. You can now transfer any existing ISAs and
invest up to £20,000 in the 2022/23 tax year into Shojin projects and
benefit from tax savings on any returns you receive.
Investing through a Shojin IFISA is a great way of diversifying your
investment strategy and taking advantage of tax incentives which helps
you grow your capital.
Setting up your Shojin IFISA through our platform is quick, simple
Invest your full 2022/23 ISA allowance of £20,000 and
enjoy tax-free returns.
Easy to transfer
Transferring any existing ISAs into Shojin projects is straightforward
It is completely free to open an Innovative Finance ISA with Shojin.
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"Shojin's a trusted property investment platform you want to invest in. I have personally invested in a few of Shojin's projects over the years and am really impressed."
Nina Norton, UK
"Shojin is a great entry level for alternative investment products like real estate. The returns are very good and I like the diversification, especially considering the global economic situation."
Ray NG, Hong Kong
"The investing process with Shojin was easy, and the staff I dealt with were quick to respond to any queries I had regarding my investment. I will hold my investments and continue to invest via Shojin in the future."
Heather O'Toole, New Zealand
"I have always found Shojin to be extremely thorough in identifying all project risks and having investor's best interests at heart."
Milen Johar, UK
"Shojin is a new and easy way to enter the global property investment market. It's a gateway to making good money from my investments, quickly. I recommend Shojin to all my friends."
Calvin Wong, Hong Kong
Explore information for each offering including location, project financials, market summary, and the developer’s track record; find investments that match your specific goals and risk preferences.
Invest through Shojin’s Investor Portal in a matter of minutes and start building your bespoke diversified portfolio today. Shojin offers a 5% pa holding interest for funds that have not yet been drawn down to the project – so they will accrue interest between investment and completion day. This way your funds will never sit idle.
Stay in control at all times with the Shojin Investor Portal. Monitor the performance of your investments and easily access documents via your personalised dashboard. We’ll transfer interest and earnings to your online Shojin wallet.
Take your earnings and reinvest them into future offerings to compound your returns.
The launch of the secondary market allows investors in Shojin’s projects to sell their stake to prospective investors, who will be able to access the market from as little as £75.
Shojin has seen a 35% increase in investments from Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan in 2022, mirroring the changing investment landscape and appetite from the Far East.
Shojin’s insightful monthly Property Investing Masterclass Series are attended by investors from all over the world, joining the webinars via Zoom and live across Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
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