1712 Fillmore formerly home of Jimbo39s Bop City at 1690 Post Photo: Chris Carlsson, 2013

1712 Fillmore, formerly home of Jimbo's Bop City at 1690 Post

How Can Real Estate Crowdfunding Save an Iconic Landmark?

Only the wealthy were able to access the real estate market in the past by investing a minimal amount of $50,000 to $100,000 at any one time. These were referred to as ‘country club’ models of purchasing, which only the elite could participate in via their social networks.

The Jumpstart Our Business Startups  Act (JOBS Act) of 2012 effectively lifted the ban on  general solicitation that existed since 1933, opening the door for small companies an

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