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Castle Trust’s Housa Investments

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01/05/2015
Castle Trust offer house price trackers - named Housas - that provide investors with a unique way to access the residential housing market. Housas either track or outperform the Halifax House Price Index which, derived from the mortgage data of the UK's largest mortgage lender, provides a robust and representative measure of UK house prices.

The minimum investment is £1,000; the maximum is £1m. Investments in excess of the maximum are made by special arrangement.

All Housas are eligible within an ISA, and investments are eligible for protection under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (up to £50,000 per investor).

In this video, Matthew Wyles of Castle Trust details how its house price tracker Housa investments work – and why investors should get involved.

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