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Financial Thing Investing Essentials Podcast EP008
Guest: Frazer Fearnhead – CEO – The House Crowd
Category: Property Crowdfunding
This week my guest is Frazer Fearnhead, the CEO of the crowdfunding property company, The House Crowd.
I currently do not invest through The House Crowd but was intrigued by Frazer, his past challenges, future plans and his infamous appearance on The Dragons Den.
Here are some of the things Frazer and I chatted about:
- His Dragons Den appearance
- His new book, The Alternative Guide To Property Investment
- His challenges during difficult financial times
- How The House Crowd chooses the investments it offers to investors.
- His views on the UK property market
- The single biggest challenge The House Crowd faces
- How risky investing through The House Crowd really is
Frazer and I had a great candid conversation where he offered very enlightening information.
You can buy Frazer’s book on Amazon here
You can sign up for a House Crowd account here
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** This podcast is for information purposes only and should not be regarded as investment advice. Opinions expressed are current opinions and based on my own personal experiences. Peer to peer lending and crowdfunding contains risk so never invest more than you can afford to lose. **