That depends greatly on the risk profile of the project. To give investors a sense of the risk, each project is classified into a defined risk class by iFunded. Risk class A stands for low risk whilst risk class E stands for high risk. Nine criteria are considered for this risk assessment. For example it makes a big difference whether the investment is for an already existing real estate property or a new property. The risk is higher with a new property. The risk is higher with a new real estate property. It may be that construction permits are missing and therefore the construction will be delayed or that the construction costs are significantly higher than initially expected. This can lead to the project profits being diminished and to the borrower not being able to repay the loan or only partially repay it. Existing real estate properties can also suffer losses if, for example, the demand for condominiums subsides or if the selling prices diminish.