UK House Prices Flatline – But The House Crowd Stays Strong

A recent poll by the Halifax has suggested that UK house prices will flatline this year and that the market is relatively stagnant. This is not surprising with so much doom and gloom in the financial markets and the eurozone. The threat of more quantitative easing looms and generally, everyone is pessimistic, as June rolls in with heavy clouds and rain throughout. The only good news is the hosepipe ban may well be lifted hooray!

Fear not though as our mood remains resolutely positive, and we’re sure the weather will soon be fabulous.  We at The House Crowd refuse to accept that the world is going to hell in a handcart, and we are focussing on bright horizons and clear blue skies. Stagnant UK house prices do not affect our model of achieving substantial returns on our investment in property. We have an optimistic view on life whilst achieving realistic returns for our investors.

Put us to the test, and you will discover you can benefit too.

Add an ethical purpose, regular updates and the ability to spread your risk to the excellent financial incentives, and we think you’ll see why so many people have already joined The House Crowd.

Property crowdfunding is now taking the investment world by storm, following our brave debut onto the scene in 2012. We offer better returns on investment than many other investment models, and allow people previously locked out of the property market to benefit from the lucrative world of property investment. What’s more, we’re helping bring much-needed new homes across the Greater Manchester area.

For more information on the process of getting involved with property crowdfunding, visit our Crowdfunding Process page.

We are committed to breathing life into empty, rundown properties whilst giving investors great returns on their investments.

To find out more about getting great returns on investment with The House Crowd, start by getting to know us here.

Update: This was the state of UK house prices at time of writing. And our returns on investment are even better now than they were when this article was originally written in 2012. The world may feel more doom and gloom than ever – but we keep marching on!