Complete 3 simple steps to receive your free fraction.
Open the Proptee app and send your personal invite link to your friends.
Your friend should use your link and enter their email address in the invite page.
Once they downloaded the app, bought 1 fraction and received a rent reward both of you will get your free fraction.
Refer a friend to Proptee from your app, and you'll both get a
free fraction worth between €4 and €100 when they deposit at least
To get a free fraction, your friend needs to:
1. Deposit at least €10
2. Buy 1 fraction
3. Earn a rent reward
You should hold your free fractions for 30 days. If you sell the free fractions before the 30th day, you'll not be awarded your free fraction.
The probability is weighted so more expensive fractions will be
Approximately 98% of the awarded fractions will have a value between €4 and €50. The remaining 2% of fractions awarded will have a value between €50.01 and €100.
To be able to refer a friend, you must fund your account.
Yes! Use your personal referral link to share Proptee with as
many friends as you like.
Please note though, the maximum number of free real estate fractions you can receive in a month is 5. Any referrals you make that exceed this limit will not be ‘carried over', so you won’t be awarded a free real estate fraction.
No, this referral programme must only be shared with family and friends and cannot be promoted or shared on public social media channels or forums including, but not limited to, TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, YouTube or Twitter. Breaching this term will result in disqualification from the referral programme.
Not likely, but possible. Allocating free fractions is a completely randomised process.
You should receive your free fraction instantly.
If you have been waiting more than 10 days for your free fraction to arrive, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The entire value of the fraction when sold may be subject to
capital gains tax. You can check the value of each fraction
before you receive them and when issued and/or sold on your
Tax depends on your personal circumstances and current rules can change. If you are unsure about any tax implications, seek advice from a tax professional.