Delivering market leading returns for conscientious, modern investors.
Yielders' award-winning-real-estate investment platform is the UK's first Islamic finance-friendly FinTech company to be directly authorised by the FCA. The rise of FinTech across the world is providing everyday people access to alternative financial opportunities.
Our mission is to continue to lower the barriers to entry of a traditionally inaccessible asset class, with real-estate investment opportunities from as little as £100. We don't rely on debt, interest, banks or mortgages.
All our products are offered with full transparency on returns and no hidden costs. This is why we have a loyal and growing customer base.
For our everyday investors, we’ve delivered returns of 6%+ net* p.a. hands-off and paid monthly on time and in full for 35 months in a row (and counting!).
For high-net-worth and sophisticated investors we've delivered 6%+ net* p.a. short-term pre-funding opportunities and exclusive development projects targeting higher returns. The first of which closed with a return of 18% p.a.
Our product suite will soon include; ISA, SIPPs, and other innovative short-term investment solutions as well as a fund-based structure.
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We have received overwhelming positive feedback from our clients, achieving a reinvestment rate of 67%. However, we want to do more.
With your support, we are looking to grow the business in 4 key areas:
✓ Product development: to launch ISA, SIPP and a fund-based structure
✓ Invest in technology: to capitalise on new Open Banking API regulations
✓ Addition of talent: to speed up product delivery
✓ Enter Markets and Grow: to build our presence across the UK, Middle-East and the global Islamic Market
The campaign is now live.
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