Property crowdfunding enables multiple investors to jointly share in buying real estate properties.
Each investor owns a share of the total property based on their investment amount as a percentage of the total property value. For example, if you invest $15,000 in a property which is purchased for $600,000 you will own a 2.5% share.
Like other share markets there are two components to the investment: the capital value and the dividend payment.
Each investor's share of the property pays a monthly dividend calculated as their share of the rent less expenses. They also own an equivalent share of the current market value (capital value) of the property.