Crowdfunding Commercial Real Estate — the New Disruptor?

Crowdfunding is proving capable of taking on commercial real estate deals under $10 million. Is it just a matter of time before it moves up the ladder and di.

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Four Key CRE Disruptors By: steven bandolik, a director with Deloitte Services LP and a senior leader in Deloitte’s real estate services practice, and Robert O’Brien, a partner with Deloitte & Touche LLP as well as U.S. and global leader of Deloitte’s real estate practice spring 2016

The German real estate crowdfunding market is set. raised so far through crowdfunding are but a drop in the sea of German real estate. All observers agree that the market has a huge potential.

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Guerilla Marketing Co. To those unfamiliar with real estate crowdfunding. rapidly diversified. Many new platforms have taken shape to allow small investors to zero-in on different types of projects.

Real estate crowdfunding is on a tear. The amount of money invested via crowdfunding platforms was $2.5 billion in 2015, and it’s growing like crazy. The 2012 Jobs Act was passed which legalized crowd-sourced funding online. It also permitted non-accredited investors the ability to play in the real estate game.

Real estate crowdfunding is a relatively new concept that is gaining steam among a broad range. investor community and is the impetus behind the continued growth of the commercial real estate.

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The Dog Haus is one of a handful of properties purchased by Franchise Growth LLC and funded by RealtyShares, a crowdfunding pioneer that ceased operations last November and was sold to a new owner.

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Real estate’s tech disruptors.. tech revolution in New York’s trillion-dollar real estate business could be far more disruptive.. of the smart building revolution underway in commercial.

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