Subscribe to the latest project news!

Max Property Group (MPG) Social News Feed

TWITTER

MaxPropertyGroup has received approval from the Dutch authorities to launch @MaxCrowdfund , an international real estate crowdfunding platform on @ArdorPlatform . It is the first-of-its-kind regulated platform for tokenized real estate backed loans. https://bit.ly/2BE0zMM  #STO


Open Link
TWITTER

First ever AFM approved real estate crowdfunding platform on the blockchain. Thanks for covering @Cointelegraph #blockchain #Ardor #Ignis #realestateontheblockchai https://cointelegraph.com/news/dutch-regulator-approves-tokenized-real-estate-crowdfunding-platform …


Open Link
TWITTER

The news is out! Max Crowdfund receives AFM approval. Read all about it on Coin Telegraph. https://buff.ly/3fbFBT4 pic.twitter.com/QFkh3F7iGR


Open Link
TWITTER

Getting stuck? Help is at hand! https://buff.ly/2DkdTpW pic.twitter.com/RQJYOZRHjg


Open Link
TWITTER

Japan's crowdfunding firms report surge in business during pandemic - Reuters https://buff.ly/2ZWUkx5 pic.twitter.com/EWqS3RHpUO


Open Link
RSS

Max Crowdfund Instruction Videos Available

At the request of our community, Max Property Group has created some instructional videos on how to create an account on the Max Crowdfund platform, for private investors.We have also uploaded a video on how to create an account as a company, and subsequently rise funds for a project via the platform.How to create an accountThis tutorial video takes you through the account creation and KYC process, step by step.https://medium.com/media/46befc19dff9baab45a1b10ace59a4bf/hrefHow to raise fundsThis tutorial video explains how you can add your company details to your account and how you can apply for funding via Max Crowdfund.https://medium.com/media/d86e96ca48299a45ecad8bf174da5c09/hrefWe aim to have all existing investors on the Max Crowdfund platform so that interest payments can be automated. Please watch the videos at your earliest convenience in order to streamline the process.Here is a link to MPG Youtube account: https://www.youtube.com/maxpropertygroupMax Crowdfund Instruction Videos Available was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

July 28, 2020, 2:06 p.m.
Open Link
RSS

Max Crowdfund - How to raise funds?

Property owners can raised funds on Max Crowdfund, as long as they have a registered company with which to apply for funding. You need to have a verified personal account and a verified company account and own real estate to give as security. Max Crowdfund will perform credit checks on you as a person and your company and we will request a recent valuation of the property. You will also need to provide a business plan and if it is for a development the building license. If all is in order, we will set the execution value in regards to the securities provided and that is the amount you may borrow. You can set your own terms, such as amount of months you need the loan for and the interest payments you want to make (monthly, quarterly, yearly or full bullet). We will recommend the interest amount based on the risk profile and once our Investment Committee approves the loan, it will be published on Max Crowdfund.

July 27, 2020, 11:19 a.m.
Open Link
TWITTER

EU Council adopts new rules for crowdfunding platforms https://buff.ly/2WMUHIi pic.twitter.com/WdoXq7hHVx


Open Link
TWITTER

Instagram Releases A New ‘Personal Fundraiser’ Feature For Crowdfunding https://buff.ly/39jgVqu pic.twitter.com/lyGLjk4ANc


Open Link
TWITTER

Global Crowdfunding Market to Grow at a CAGR of 16% Over 2020-2025 - Countries Actively Using Crowdfunding Platforms to Raise Money for Frontline Workers Amid COVID-19 https://buff.ly/3jvMx0J pic.twitter.com/eE3LLfUOaQ


Open Link
RSS

Max Crowdfund - How to create an account?

Watch this step by step guide regarding creating an account on our International Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform, Max Crowdfund.

July 23, 2020, 12:45 p.m.
Open Link
TWITTER

#stayathome is boosting #staycation and holiday home popularity https://buff.ly/2ChLu3J pic.twitter.com/8TYUGxmXg8


Open Link
TWITTER

The rise of the female property investor https://buff.ly/3fgt3uB pic.twitter.com/fDs3DRwN1t


Open Link
RSS

Staying At Home This Summer Is Boosting Holiday Home Sales

In this uncertain health climate, more and more people are taking the “staying home” concept as far as their summer holidays, with domestic accommodation bookings skyrocketing, holiday home popularity rising and camping spots disappearing rapidly.Since the pandemic began, the concept of the “staycation” has increased in popularity, according to Google Trends. The percentage of staycation bookings made on Airbnb increased from one-third in February to over a half by May, and TUI has reported an increase in car holiday bookings of up to 100 percent from last year.“Staycations” offer advantages beyond the obvious infection precautions, both financially and psychologically. This, in turn, is boosting domestic tourism and making people rethink their property investment decisions.“In an economic climate where so many businesses are on the brink of collapse, there is one industry which is booming. Holiday homes are in higher demand than ever, and the trend doesn’t look to slow down any time soon,” says Anne Visser, Director of Max Crowdfund, an international real estate crowdfunding platform.#StayAtHomeIn a world where international travel is often subject to Covid testing, quarantine measures and additional bureaucratic procedures affecting the crossing of borders, staying close to home is often cheaper and certainly more practical than traveling further afield, especially for families with children. Many holidaymakers are opting to travel in their own vehicles this year, which is economically preferable, and safer, than flying, taking a train or going on a cruise.The global tourism industry, which has suffered a violent and unforeseen blow, is counting on this surge in staycations for its recovery. Increasingly, hotels, holiday homes and resorts are designing staycation packages, intent on limiting the damage to the floundering tourism economy.A Global TrendIt seems that social distancing has reawakened the nature seekers in all of us, taking tourist to the countryside, secluded beaches and mountain retreats, rediscovering our own countries by car or caravan, and seeking relaxation in camp sites, rental homes and holiday homes.The Covid-19 pandemic also seems to have created a new demand for unique and private staycation spots. In June, a luxury staycation brand, A Travel Circle, was launched in India. Its founder, Pritish Shah says,“The changing travel expectations in the new normal world align very well with our offerings — private villas for social distancing, private jets to avoid commercial airports, highest standards in safety with our carefully selected hospitality partners and other service vendors.”Many European countries are also encouraging their citizens to holiday at home, in order to help boost local economies rather than spending their money abroad. For instance, the #EnFamiliaPorEspaña incentive is sweeping across Spain, a country that relies heavily on international tourism. According to Spanish publication El Correo, 91% of Spanish families are considering holidaying within the Spanish territories, most of whom are choosing to travel by car.According to the Times, the wealthiest of French tourists unable to travel abroad this season are choosing to vacation in luxury villas at home. Le Collectionist, an upmarket holiday rental site in France, says it is experiencing a record season following a spike in demand from customers prepared to pay thousands of euros per night.TUI has reported a sharp increase in the number of car holiday bookings in the past three weeks, in some cases up to a 100 percent increase from last year. This is especially true for Austria and Germany, as well as Switzerland.In the NetherlandsThe demand for holiday parks in the Netherlands is up by 40 percent when compared to the same period last year, according to parkvakanties.nl, a website affiliated with large holiday parks such as Landal and Roompot. According to spokesperson Laurens Taekema, “some parks in the North, Zeeland and the Wadden Islands are already fully booked for July.” He also believes that holidaymakers should not hold out for special offers, as prices are set to rise rather than fall.Jens van den Broek, Director of Micazu, a website on which Dutch owners rent out their holiday homes, confirms that “the prices for a holiday home in the Netherlands in the high season are indeed rising.”Almost all holiday homes are already booked for the high season on his platform, with a 5 percent availability rate this month and just 10–15 percent availability in the Netherlands in the first two weeks of August.Investing in Holiday HomesIt would seem that just as the stability of traditional property investment sectors is falling (with businesses unable to pay their commercial rent and individuals unable to meet their domestic rents, hotels and restaurants unable to meet occupancy levels etc.) the holiday home sector is booming.“No matter how damaged the general economy seems to get, there are always enough people who want to go on holiday. And at the moment, and for the foreseeable future, that means holidaying at home.” says Esther Dekker, Real Estate Advisor at Max Property Group.Investors in recreational properties within holiday parks are able to enjoy their own luxury villas for several weeks a year, whilst simultaneously generating a healthy rental income.“Investing in a holiday home might just be one of the smartest investments post Covid-19!” adds Dekker.Max Property Group has begun selling holiday homes within holiday parks, and the first project is already live, namely Zuytland Buiten.Zuytland Buiten is located in Simonshaven, which is a village on the island of Voorne Putten, and part of the popular recreation area of Bernisse.The first phase of the park was built during 2006–2008 and consists of 105 waterfront units. Phase II, which is being developed by Whoonapart and marketed by Max Property Group via Max Crowdfund is an expansion of the existing park and will consist an additional 76 units.The project developer who has structured the expansion, is owned and managed by Jaco Poldervaart who is originally from Voorne Putten and the construction company, Tetteroo Bouw & Projectontwikkeling B.V. from The Hague, has already been operational for more than 90 years.The holiday park itself is being managed by an internationally acclaimed park operator with close to 100 holiday parks under management, in 6 European countries.Prices start from as little as €212,691 and for more information, and to add your name to the waiting list, you can visit the project’s page on the Max Crowdfund website.https://medium.com/media/a23ea1838ee5b86cf18b9f4654262352/hrefStaying At Home This Summer Is Boosting Holiday Home Sales was originally published in MaxPropertyGroup on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

July 16, 2020, 7:47 a.m.
Open Link
TWITTER

Coming soon! MPGS on QUUBE Exchange https://buff.ly/32qbtAZ pic.twitter.com/Yo9EkfXrNM


Open Link
TWITTER

Max Property Group Equity Round Security Token (MPGS) To Launch On QUUBE STO Launchpad https://buff.ly/3fwQ9NE pic.twitter.com/HSgK0fQxvI


Open Link
TWITTER

4 Rules for Buying an Investment Property in a Recession https://buff.ly/3iv01tr pic.twitter.com/9J9on5BVAQ


Open Link
TWITTER

What New Crypto Regulations in Switzerland Mean for Crypto Companies? https://buff.ly/3f4NGtw pic.twitter.com/NFTfk0ytBz


Open Link
TWITTER

Crowdinvesting Market is Expected to Reach USD Billion by 2027 https://buff.ly/31NFyK9 pic.twitter.com/1pZX8Dr374


Open Link
TWITTER

Real estate crowdfunding in Italy is increasingly attracting investors https://buff.ly/3gvZ4iq pic.twitter.com/yawkkhJCOE


Open Link
TWITTER

A Month in Review – June 2020 https://buff.ly/2ZuZn6j pic.twitter.com/bvpT7RTZmr


Open Link
TWITTER

Perfume that smells like space to be released through crowdfunding https://buff.ly/2Zwp32G pic.twitter.com/lpmiROyp9u


Open Link
TWITTER

Telegram to pay back investors $1.2B for failed ICO https://buff.ly/2BtWOJR pic.twitter.com/xyNtCsF4n4


Open Link
TWITTER

Hong Kong and Chinese investment in London properties soars to new levels https://buff.ly/2CUDbed pic.twitter.com/8AgMBtAkMe


Open Link
RSS

Zuytland Buiten MPG

Zuytland Buiten ligt aan de Stompaardse Plas, dat wordt omzoomd door rietkragen en diverse strandjes. Op ons Park kunt u heerlijk zwemmen en varen(alleen elektrisch) in het meer. Op minder dan een half uur rijden van Rotterdam beleeft u hier het ultieme vakantiegevoel. Zuytland Buiten bestaat uit vier schiereilanden, waardoor de romantische villa's allemaal direct aan het water liggen. Geniet op uw veranda van een goed boek of een glas wijn.

July 3, 2020, 10:30 a.m.
Open Link
More ...