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 can sell your shares whenever you like. When you do, those shares are sold at the current share price value. We work that out for you using the latest value of the property, plus any costs and taxes. We re-list your shares for you on UOWN and actively promote them to other users. We aim to sell them within three weeks and prioritise shares that were listed for sale earliest. We don’t charge you to sell your shares. And when we find you a buyer we tell you straight away and transfer the money to your account. Certain properties might be marked as Easy Exit and the selling process for these properties is explained here.
For each property we will open the resale market once all the funds have been raised, contracts have been exchanged, and the property has been revalued. We will aim to make a property available for resale as soon as possible after funding is complete. All investors will be informed via email when the resale market for a property is launched and they will be informed of the latest share price.
You can view your portfolio in the ‘Dashboard’ section and any properties available for resale will have a ‘List shares for sale’ button (as shown above). You will then be directed to the Sell Shares page (as shown below) where you can see the number of shares currently available on resale, the current share price, the potential proceeds of your sale, and the expected total return from your shares from rent as well as capital appreciation or depreciation. Once you list your shares they will be shown to users on the properties page and as soon as they are sold your UOWN account will be credited with the sales proceeds.