CrowdProperty, the innovative peer-to-peer lending platform has been featured in the Financial Times list of the 1000 fastest growing businesses in Europe – a new entry this year at 134.
Founded in 2014, they have swiftly become one of the UK’s leading property specialist peer-to-peer lenders, facilitating millions of pounds worth of short term loans to SME property professionals. Their advanced technology pairs investors directly with borrowers so everyone shares in the projects’ success.
CEO and Co-Founder, Michael Bristow commented:
“It’s fantastic to be recognised by such a prestigious list for the brilliant work we do at CrowdProperty which is driving our growth. Our mission is to transform property finance to unlock the power of SME property developers in the UK to build more homes, increase spend in the UK economy and ever more efficiently and effectively match the supply and demand of capital for the benefit of all.”
Michael Bristow, CEO and Co-Founder of CrowdProperty
“At the heart of the achievements to date is a passionate team of 41 based in Birmingham with a great culture and a shared cause to solve pains on both sides of the CrowdProperty marketplace. This is just the start of realising our potential and we’re on a trajectory to continue growing as rapidly as we have done, underpinned by a highly scalable, in-house built, proprietary technology platform, scalable capital sources and deep expertise in exactly the asset class being lent against, funding hundreds of millions of pounds each year.”
Yiannis Maos, CEO of Birmingham Tech commented:
“It’s fabulous to see one of our region’s leading tech companies recognised for their innovative approach and success. Birmingham companies have a track-record of disrupting existing markets and CrowdProperty is a prime example of this. Their team should be hugely proud of their achievements and I’m sure this is just the beginning. 2021 will be a big year for digital innovation across the West Midlands.”
CrowdProperty which has seen 13,612 people invest £115.62M through their platform joins a number of other high profile UK tech businesses on the list, including Velocity Mobile, EO Charging and Chattermill Analytics.