StrideUp increases your purchasing power, meaning a better home or getting on the property ladder earlier.
You have the flexibility to pick the home that’s right for you. We’ll help make it yours.
We share the costs of buying and are completely transparent so you’ll know if StrideUp is right for you.
We'll help you get started and learn more about StrideUp.
"We've been wanting to buy our own home for a long time, but always felt it was just out of reach. StrideUp has changed things. We can now buy a home that fits both our needs and our budget."
Estibaliz & Jose
"I didn’t want to go for a mortgage and borrowing money. StrideUp is a unique solution that offered me freedom to select a property that suits me and allows me to purchase shares of it as I can afford."
Shared ownership schemes and Help to Buy are supported by the government and run through housing associations. StrideUp is not a government scheme; our product provides a flexible alternative. For example with StrideUp you can buy most open market properties and you are not restricted to specific blocks or new build development.
Yes this is often the goal for our homebuyers. When you buy a home with StrideUp, it's similar to a part buy, part rent arrangement. This is what makes it more affordable than a mortgage. However as your savings and income increase, you might find you can get a normal mortgage and buy 100%, in which case you are free to do so.
With StrideUp you choose the home you want from the open market, so you have the flexibility to find something that works for you. Once you've found a property, StrideUp will review it to ensure it meets our criteria. For further details on property requirements, please see here.
After buying the property and moving in, you always have the ability to increase your ownership. You can do this every month from a minimum of £500 just by logging into your StrideUp account and making the payment. The price at which you buy is the market price of the property at that point in time.
Investing in property and property crowdfunding involves risks, including loss of capital, lack of income and illiquidity. Investments in property should only be done as part of a diversified portfolio. Your capital is at risk. Past performance and forecasts are not indicative of future performance. Opportunities listed for investment are not offers to the public and investments can only be made by registered members on the basis of information provided in the listings. StrideUp takes no responsibility for this information or for any recommendations or opinions made by our partners.
StrideUp is an appointed representative of Sapia Partners LLP which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (the "FCA") of 25 The North Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London E14 5HS (FCA registration number 550103) in relation to investment activities.