Get To Know The House Crowd – Office Tour + Interview


In August 2018, I hopped on the train to Hale and visited the offices of The House Crowd. I’ve always been interested in The House Crowd, ever since I watched Frazer battle the Dragons in the Den.

Frazer was very accommodating despite my visit falling on a a bank holiday and his wedding anniversary. We had a good chat about The House Crowd and its future plans.

After my visit, here are some of my House Crowd observations:

  • Wants to make property investments accessible to all levels of investors
  • Focusing on in-house larger multi-unit building developments
  • Lessening focus on single buy-to-let homes
  • 30-day access account to spread risk & IFISA account available
  • Frazer has a passion to educate younger people about saving

I currently invest my own money through The House Crowd.

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