Crowdfunding is still a newcomer to the real estate financing arena. But these companies aren’t wasting any time in setting their sights on investors with deep pockets.
Crowdfunding was founded on the premise that firms could harness the power of the “crowd” to raise significant capital by getting even nominal amounts of money from a large pool of investors.
Firms such as Realty Mogul, CrowdStreet and GroundFloor have focused on raising capit
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