Real Estate Crowdfunding
Real Estate Crowdfunding is the process of raising money for a real estate project from a pool of investors. This way, real estate investors and sponsors who cannot afford to individually purchase institutional-grade assets, can obtain the required funds.
Real estate crowdfunding platforms utilize the Jobs Act Rule D exemptions for the broad solicitations of their investments to individual investors at low minimums through online platforms and social media outlets.
Therefore, real estate crowdfunding operates in a similar way to equity investing, as an investor can purchase a property and become a shareholder.
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