Nordstreet is a crowdfunding platform. Crowdfunding is a model of investing money and raising funds, where investments are made by many individuals.
The Nordstreet crowdfunding platform finances various business loans as collateral for existing real estate. It is an alternative way to get loans for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as possible refinancing of existing loans or a loan for starting a business. This type of financing also opens up the possibility of investing in business loans selected by specialists. Anyone can invest the desired amount of money in selected business loans from just 100 €.
Crowdfunding is a model of investment and fundraising where investments are provided by a number of single individuals. Crowdfunding significantly simplifies the investment process, provides an opportunity to choose an investment project and receive a higher return on investment.
Why invest via ,,NordStreet"?
If you are looking to invest (even if it is only a small amount), the ,,NordStreet" platform offers one of the most promising investment areas – real estate. Main reasons to invest via ,,NordStreet" :
Here you will find only thoroughly vetted projects assessed by our RE experts.
You can start investing from EUR 100.
Borrowers guarantee repayment of the project investments by pledge of property, which makes investment risk lower than normal.
The average return on investment can be as high as 11 percent.
How does „NordStreet“ select projects for investment?
All projects are carefully assessed by the „NordStreet“ team and our advisers. We take into consideration both the project owner’s credit history and rating, the project itself, and evaluate the business plan and payback opportunities, etc.
What fees will be withheld by „Nordstreet“?
The fees applied by the Nordstreet crowdfunding platform are published in the pricelist.
Is Nordstreet regulated?
Nordstreet is included in the Public List of Crowdfunding Platform Operators administered by the Bank of Lithuania. The „NordStreet“ crowdfunding platform is supervised by the Bank of Lithuania, thus the latter has also approved the platform’s business continuity plan. Its purpose is to protect the investors in the event of the company’s bankruptcy. The plan identifies the main risks and the action plan to execute if „NordStreet“ operations were to be suspended.
In this case, the following key actions have been identified:
Suspension of the release of new loans.
Transfer of loan administration to a temporary administrator.
Pursuant to public procurement, the temporary administrator would sell the loan portfolio to another operator which would continue the administration of settlement with the investors.