Now anyone can invest in the property market from £100

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Invest in expertly chosen homes with a Property ISA

Earn tax-efficient returns from residential property by easily investing in expertly chosen property portfolios, from £100.

Choose to invest in two funds: Regional Capitals (including properties in Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds), and London. Investments earn returns from rental income and property value changes.

Join thousands of people across the country earning returns from expertly chosen homes. On average, it takes just 10 minutes to set up an account.

Property ISA at a glance

  • Minimum investment

    £100

  • Returns

    8.1% annualised return from a combination of rental income and price growth (capital at risk)

Learn about Property ISAs In partnership with Brick Lane

Tax rules apply and may be subject to change
*This calculation is a simulated past performance, which is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

Get a reliable return with peer-to-peer lending

Landbay offers a new way to earn monthly income through funding the mortgages of buy-to-let properties.

Invest from just £100 and your funds will start earning interest within 24 hours of cleared funds, subject to mortgage investments being available.

Withdraw your investment at any time, subject to new investors replacing your invested loans.

Peer-to-peer lending at a glance

  • Minimum investment

    £100

  • Returns

    3.75% pa, fixed rate (capital at risk)

    3.40% pa, variable rate (capital at risk)

Learn about Peer to Peer lending In partnership with LandBay

Legal information

Bricklane Investment Services Ltd is an appointed representative of Gallium Fund Solutions Limited (Reference number: 487176) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Landbay is fully authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Firm no. 719626). Landbay is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.