The ethical alternative to buy-to-let, brought to you by Equfund

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Over 5 years, your investment will provide a total income of:
£0
At the end of the 5 year term you will receive your original investment lump sum
3 % interest

What’s Reap?

A simple and secure way to receive a fixed income from property by lending your money to a social enterprise.

What’s Reap?

How Reap compares

There are no hidden fees or jargon, just a fair interest rate to grow your savings.

How Reap compares

An ethical investment

A socially responsible investment approach.

An ethical investment

A responsible landlord

Reap makes a positive impact by investing in communities and generating income while helping others.

A responsible landlord

A fair 3% return for our investors, fair rents for our tenants

Due to changes in taxation, increased landlord regulation and risk-adverse mortgage lenders, buy-to-let is no longer the simple investment it once was. However, people still need housing and in the UK we’re in the midst of a housing shortage.

Reap offers a more convenient and ethical alternative to buy-to-let. When you invest in Reap, you receive a stable 3% return and get none of buy-to-let’s headaches and uncertainties. Best of all, your money is used to provide affordable, decent, and safe housing for people who are at risk of homelessness. We offer a fair 3% return so we can charge a fair rent, as the amount our tenants pay in rent is directly connected to the amount of interest we pay our investors.

We don’t rely on property price growth to generate an income for our investors and we only borrow up to 85% of the property value to help protect your money from fluctuations in property values.

Reap is an excellent choice for lenders wanting to receive a passive income with a fair rate of return, to have their money secured against property, and who want to invest ethically to help provide an answer to the UK housing crisis.

“I visited the properties—Beautiful. You or I would be proud to own such a house. Simple, clean, smart, well laid out, sensible strong fitments.”

—Mr Rupert Chichester, England