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Bricklet: New property platform allows investors to spend as little as $21k on a property

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Rhys Richards invested 23,000 dollars into Bricklet. Picture: David Swift


Good intentioned investors keen to hack the housing market can now start their portfolio for the price of a new small car, while simultaneously supporting the affordable housing sector.

Lakeba fragmented property platform, Bricklet, which gives buyers the opportunity to buy a share of an individual property, has partnered with Evolve Housing in an effort to increase investment in affordable accommodation for low-income earners. The partnership will launch with an 18-townhouse project in Rydalmere where each home consists of “bricklets” at $21,400.

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