for fractional ownership
Looking to invest in properties and digital assets without putting all your eggs in one basket? Discover the power of fractional ownership and invest in percentage shares of multiple properties, digital collectibles, and financial products to expand your investment portfolio without needing a huge upfront capital.
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Explore a vast range of investment opportunities in multiple sectors and with product types. Check out some of the key benefits of fractional ownership:
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Here's an overview of the current products that are eligible for
fractional investements on Petale
Invest in fractionnal art
Today, the global art market is worth over €61 billion, with thousands of investors looking for pieces from world-renowned artists. Art is not only a tangible asset but also among the most unique items an investor can possess.
At Petale, we want to facilitate access to the art market, by providing some exceptional assets into our App:
Invest in companies
Invest in companies with high growth potential by acquiring micro-shares. Using Petale’s hybrid wallet, you can connect your bank and crypto accounts, to access shares of companies for a committed investment.
Invest in fractionnal real estate
Real estate investing is generally more capital intensive and riskier compared to other financial assets. By opting for fractional real estate shares you can get percentage ownership of a property and start earning passive income on commercial usages.
A fractional share can be defined as partial or percentage ownership of a tangible or intangible asset, such as real estate, stocks, artwork, and NFTs.
To buy a fractional share, you need to opt for a fractional investment service like Petale to get access to an app or wallet where you can find companies, real estate properties, and NFTs to invest in for a specified percentage ownership.
There are many benefits of splitting stocks. From a financial viewpoint, split stocks are more affordable and allow investors with modest budgets to have a stake in companies. By splitting the stock, you’re also splitting the risk of loss among other shareholders.