It’s been just more than two years since the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act went into effect. The legislation opened the doors for crowdfunding platforms in all sorts of industries, including real estate.
In that time, a bevy of entrants have emerged on the playing field. Crowdfunding site Fundrise, which looks to bundle microinvestments as small as $100, made a splash when it raised more than $31 million in funding in May. Established real estate investmen
Register to view the full article
This article is part of our premium content subscription. You need to subscribe to gain access to premium content.
Why Register for NREIonline? It's simple and free, and here is what you get:
• Access to leading real estate industry research.
• Interactive rankings of commercial real estate professionals.
• Submit your own articles, (if approved) which will appear around the site.