You could lose all of your money invested in these products. These are high-risk investments and much riskier than a savings account. ISA eligibility does not guarantee returns or protect you from losses. Some investments on this website are only available to investors who meet certain net worth or investment sophistication criteria.

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by Jatin Ondhia

In the UK, we have always loved buy-to-let investing. It’s an investment in bricks and mortar, you can see it, touch it, feel it and even live in it. How many other investments can boast that!? What’s more, every budding property tycoon has read that property values increase, on average, at 10% per year over the long term, so it’s a sure winner, right?

Perhaps, once upon a time, BTL investments made a lot of sense. A lot of people made a lot of money in the BTL market. However, times have changed. Those things that once drove the immense growth in the BTL market no longer support it.

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by IGOR GORBATSEVICH

A pension is a long-term savings plan with tax relief. Your contributions are invested with a view to grow throughout your career and to then provide you with an income during your retirement. The sooner you start saving, the more time your money gets to grow. If you are looking to take control of your finances and are considering making long-term investments with the benefit of tax incentives, you may be able now to allocate your pension money towards Shojin’s investment opportunities through our online platform. You can invest your pension monies subject to the requirements of your pension provider.

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by LIZA SHASHENKOVA

Many feel it looming…and why shouldn’t we be concerned? Although nobody can precisely predict when it is going to happen in this fast-paced global economy, the signs are there; inflation, the increase of public and private debt and record-low interest rates.

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by GARETH BAIN

Taking a step onto the property investment ladder can be a daunting task that looks like a mountain in front of you. The range of words, definitions, the uncertainty and the desire to choose the right property project will make it imperative that you seek advice from a professional team such as ours at Shojin.

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by GARETH BAIN

Keeping your money safe should be a priority therefore the real question is where to invest your savings. If you look at the top two categories, FTSE and UK property, the stock market can come across as confusing and volatile, yet property investment is known to be unaffordable. Which one is right for you?

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by JATIN ONDHIA

Earlier this month we were in the Middle East to meet new investors. One theme that kept coming up was how Brexit is impacting the property market in the UK.

Generally we find that investors are split into two camps. There are those that worry about Brexit and are reducing their exposure to UK property as a result. There are others however that see this as a huge buying opportunity.

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by GARETH BAIN

Shojin Property Partners is pleased to announce the launch of its FCA regulated crowdfunding platform. On 27th September, Shojin launched its online platform which allows investors to invest in high yielding property development opportunities alongside seasoned professionals. On its platform investors can diversify their portfolio and mitigate risk by investing as little as £5,000 to achieve returns similar to those of a developer.

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by GARETH BAIN

Crowdfunding is a great way to broaden your investment portfolio, with a relatively small amount of money and experience, particularly when it comes to property. If you would like to know more about crowdfunding investments or you are wondering how to invest through a property crowdfunding company, the first thing to decide is whether Peer to Peer lending or Equity crowdfunding investment is right for you.

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by SANDEEP PURI

Following the significant events of the last few days, we wanted to update you with our thoughts on how the decision to leave the EU will impact the property market, and our business specifically.

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by JATIN ONDHIA

October saw temporary Permitted Development (PD) rights not only extended but made a permanent feature in the development market from May 2016. This came as positive news to the nation’s developers in the context of how successful it has been since mid-2013.

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