Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast EP007
Episode #: 007
Guest: Fred Bristol – CEO – Brickowner
Category: Property Crowdfunding
Welcome to episode 007 of the Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast. This week my guest is Fred Bristol, the CEO of the crowdfunding property company Brickowner.
I do not currently invest through Brickowner but was interested in learning more so I invited Fred to be a guest on the podcast.
Here are some of the things Fred and I chatted about:
- The most famous person named Fred
- The challenges faced gaining customer trust being a new company
- Tech challenges
- How Brickowner would manage loans due to company failure
- When will Brickowner become profitable and how will they financially survive in the meantime
- Future property market predictions
- Assessment of how risky investing in Brickowner is
- Future Brickowner plans and products
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