Property prices go up as well as down, so you might not get out what you put in. The same goes for how much rent we collect. Our forecasting tools help with the guesswork but they're not a reliable way to predict the future. Please also note that invested capital is illiquid and is not protected under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.Ok, got it
You receive a share of the net rental income for a property in proportion to your percentage share ownership. Net rental income is calculated by taking the actual amount of rent received (gross rental income) and deducting the various fees or costs, such as maintenance or our UOWN annual fee.
Rent payments are calculated on a pro-rata basis e.g. if you sell shares in a property halfway through the month then you will only receive half the amount of rental income.
Your share of the rental income is paid as dividend on the 5th of each month, e.g. on the 5th of July we pay out rent for June.
Money that you receive in rent or from shares that you have sold is deposited into you UOWN wallet - once it is there you can either choose to re-invest that money or withdraw it to your bank account.