Customer Referrals

At Homegrown we are continually looking to grow our investor community. A larger community allows us to provide a greater and more diverse range of opportunities to our investors.

The most efficient and effective way to attract new members to Homegrown is through personal recommendations from you, our existing members. As a result, we have set up a generous customer referral scheme that pays a £100 reward for each successful referral.

How it works
  • Every member is provided with a unique customer referral code when they join Homegrown.
  • You can provide your unique customer referral code to friends and family that you introduce to Homegrown or even share your code more widely with your contacts on social media.
  • When a new member (the referee) registers with Homegrown they will be given the opportunity to provide a customer referral code and once they have completed the registration process we will credit their account with £50.
  • As soon as a new member makes their first successful investment through the platform we also will credit your (the referrer) account with £50 to say thank you.
  • There is no limit to the number of people you can refer, which provides a great opportunity to make additional returns through Homegrown.
  • Please see our terms and conditions for further details.

Your capital is at risk if you invest in property. This includes illiquidity (the inability to sell assets quickly or without substantial loss in value), and the loss of invested capital if the wider property market or an individual property suffers a reduction in value. Investments on Homegrown are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Past performance and forecasts are not indicative of future performance. For more information see our full risk warning. Homegrown Group Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 694952). Investments through Homegrown are equity investments.
Future performance is not guaranteed and is based on projections only. Your capital is at risk if you invest in property. For more information see our full risk warning.