Here. It's basically a company which sells "bricks" or shares in a single property. So individuals are allowed to buy a "brick" for a hundred dollars or so...there's a limit as to how many people can purchase.
This means there are loads of people with an interest in a property. Then the investors get a payout monthly according to value or something.
I'd be wanting 5% yield on a rental after costs before I was remotely interested. Someone is making a pretty penny and it isn't you. Also consider liquidity. How do get out if you need your money back, can you be certain there will be a buyer? There are any number of listed and regulated investment funds that specialise in property and offer double the yield. Better still chose one that spreads your investment over many sectors (which can include property) to reduce exposure risk.