Reinvest24 secondary market has been released

About Reinvest24

Reinvest24 team is working with the real estate market since 2005 and during this time were involved with project development, investments in real estate, property sales and maintenance.

Reinvest24 Secondary Market feature

The secondary market was a long-awaited tool Reinvest24 are happy to announce that now it is available for investors. For those who are not yet familiar with the concept of secondary market – it is a place where investors sell their property shares before its maturity date as well as buy the ones that are not listed anymore on the primary market. And below, we will guide you through the functionality of it as well as answer the questions You might have already.

To buy

In the “Properties” section You will find two markets – primary and secondary. After choosing the secondary market, you will see the list of all properties that currently have at least one share for sale. Also You can see how many shares are currently available for this particular property.

Available properties Secondary market

After opening the details of the project, you will see its full description as well as on the right side you will see a graph which indicates the “Reflection of the market state”. It shows the information such as, how many shares are currently available for sale, what is the cheapest share, the most expensive and the amount of investments you should invest in order to buy at least one share. 

For example, you want to acquire 100 shares for 0.99 EUR per share, but currently there are only 70 shares available at this price. In this case You need to make a decision either to buy just 70 shares or purchase additional 30 for the higher price – 1.00 EUR per share. Also, please, note that cheapest shares always will be bought first.

Secondary market - reflection of market state

After specifying the amount which you want to invest on secondary market, you will see:

  • The price per one share;
  • The amount of shares you are able to buy at this value;
  • The net amount you are investing;
  • The amount of fees, which is 1% from the net amount invested;
  • And finally the total amount of the transaction.
Secondary market - investment

At the next step, we will kindly ask You to confirm your intentions and thus approve the investment. In order to do that, make sure you get acquainted with our General loan terms and tick the box that confirms your agreement.

Secondary market - investment confirmation

Investor’s account 

Congratulations on making your first investment through newly baked secondary market! Now let’s take a look at your account and see how these transactions are displayed there.

Secondary market - transactions

Besides seeing each transaction you make, on the right side you see the main information about your account. Also the income statement report can be found there.

Secondary market - statistics

My investments section will show in what properties have you invested, how much did you invest, the income you have received, as well as how many of your shares are currently listed for a sale on a secondary market.

Secondary market - my investments


The secondary market can be used for achieving a variety of goals. Some might invest in great properties which were funded years ago, some might buy shares on a discount, thus reaching new heights for their ROI. But the main advantage of it is that now you are able to reinvest your monthly payouts! Now You don’t need to wait until your account balance reaches 100 EUR (min investment amount at Reinvest24) and put your money to work for you even in a more efficient manner. 

If you wonder where a certain amount of money invested might bring you? No worries! Investment calculator sure can help you. Just type in the value you would like to reinvest, add the average yield of the project you are aiming to invest and see how it does the magic of calculations for you.


One more remarkable advantage of the secondary market is the fact that now your investments become more liquid. It means that You can exit the property whenever you want to do it.

In order to do that, you need to visit the “My investments” section in your Reinvest24 investor’s account. Similar to the last steps, You will see the list of properties you invested in. Just choose the one you want to list on the secondary market and click the sell button. Now you just need to determine how many shares you want to put up for a sale, as well as the price per one share. Please, note, that you are able to determine any price you want (discount or premium).

Secondary market - sell shares

At this stage you are also able to see the expected income or losses from selling. Kindly remember that the initial value of the share is 1 EUR and everything that is lower than that is a discount (read loss). And accordingly everything that exceeds – Your profit.

Now it’s done! As soon as other investors purchase them, your shares are sold and you will receive your money immediately. Also, these transactions will be visible in your investor’s profile. 

You can also cancel an earlier created order, if you change your mind or in case the order was placed mistakenly.

Secondary market - sell orders


Below we have listed questions that might help you to get acquainted with the secondary market concept even further. 

1. What is the transaction cost on the Secondary Market?

At the moment, the secondary market has the same terms and fees as primary market – 1% for buyers and 0% for the seller.

2. Where can I see the discounts if there are any?

The initial value of the share is 1 EUR, therefore if you buy shares cheaper – it is considered to be with a discount. For example, the share per 0.98 EUR comes with a -2% discount. The share per 1.02 EUR comes with a +2% premium. 

3. How many shares are available on the Secondary Market for each property?

Under the “Properties” section – there is a “Secondary market” filter. This will display all the properties with the shares available for buying at Secondary Market. The amount of available shares and their prices are displayed in the “Reflection of the market state” graph. 

4. When I want to sell my shares, what price can I set?

You can set whatever price You want. Our secondary market has no limitations in terms of price. However, bear in mind that cheapest shares will be sold first.

5. Where can I see the shares I have listed for sale?

All your shares are visible in the section “My investments”. It is possible to see how many shares of a particular property you have, as well as how many of them are currently listed for a sale on the secondary market.

6. How can I declare the capital gains from the Secondary Market ? Will you supply the tax report?

Reinvest24 does provide the income and tax report and all capital gains/losses from the secondary market transactions are listed there.

7. How long are the sales offers active?

The sales offers are active until someone buys them or the order is canceled.

8. Can I list for a sale the shares in default/overdue?

Yes, the sellers are allowed to list any shares they own.

9. If I buy the shares from the rental property, how are monthly dividends shared? 

The monthly dividends from our rental properties are divided in accordance with the investment duration. For example, the seller owned shares for 29 days and the buyer owned for 1 full day of the month. In this case the seller will receive monthly dividends for 29 days and the buyer for 1 day. 

10. Is it possible to sell partially? 

Yes, it is possible to sell the shares of your property partially. Besides, you can determine different prices per each share. 
We hope you are now more educated about how things are working on our secondary market. If you still have some questions left, please, do not hesitate to reach us out (support(at) and we will be more than happy to assist you.


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