Shojin secures £2.1m in six months via crowdfunding

Shojin Royal Crescent Southampton

Shojin Property Partners has secured over £2.1m for development projects with predicted annual returns between 20-25%, six months after launching its property crowdfunding platform.

Previous projects include the Royal Crescent Apartments, in Southampton. Shojin Property Partners acquired the site in 2015 and, since then, increased the number of units from 88 to 101. The one and two-bedroom apartments are set over seven floors, with underground parking and over 5,000 sq ft of commercial space, for a total value of £22m.

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