Sharestates, a real estate investment marketplace, has originated $275 million in loans since the platform launched in 2015, making it one of the largest real estate crowdfunding platforms in regards to originations.
how investments are made has a new technology that is on the cutting edge for real estate investors, welcome to real estate crowdfunding.
RealtyShares, an online marketplace for real estate investing recently announced it has raised more than $200 million in capital from its network of investors for residential and commercial real estate projects across the country. RealtyShares connects more than 25,000 accredited and institutional investors with pre-vetted real estate companies and operators looking to raise equity or […]
There has never been a better time than now to invest in real estate, says MarketWatch columnist Jeff Reeves in a new opinion piece.
Real estate crowdfunding site Brelion is offering Bitcoin users the chance to invest in a pilot property, and in doing so claims to be the first site of its kind to offer a digital currency real estate investment option.
Financing real estate projects is becoming easier and more diversified, given the power of the Internet, the rise of crowdfunding and hard money lending. Both forms of financing have advantages, making each appropriate based on the financial needs of borrowers. These advantages become clearer, by examining both types of financing in detail. Crowdfunding Real estate […]
RichUncles.com, a technology enabled platform allowing small investors the opportunity to participate in large-scale real estate ownership for as little as $500, recently announced the launch of Rich Uncles NNN REIT. Rich Uncles NNN REIT is a Real Estate Investment Trust that has been authorized to raise $1 billion to purchase single tenant, triple net […]
In order to get to grips with the real estate crowdfunding marketplace, you need to know which platforms are the most reliable.
For those who are new to this asset class, what are the pros and cons of leveraging crowdfunding in a real estate context, and who is best suited to this type of investing?