Using property investment vehicles, Zinsland makes saving attractive again.
Details about Zinsland
Although Germans are keen savers, very few think of how their savings could be used to create assets. This is primarily due to the radical low-interest-rates policy pursued by the ECB in recent years, which has created an environment of such poor yields that it has come to seem almost pointless trying to save in a smart way. That is something that FinTech Zinsland has set out to change.
It does so by offering access to a range of crowdfunding projects in the property sector, a comparatively safe provider of returns. Even with short-term 12-month-bonds (no minimum investment), savers can cash in on up to 7% interest, making the company’s offering extremely scaleable. The intuitive, secure Zinsland platform also means that users can invest quickly and easily, starting straight after signing up. Since being set up in 2014, the Hamburg FinTech has successfully completed more than 35 projectswith around €26.6 million of finance brokered between developers and investors. It’s a strong start – and the only way is up.