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DC Real Estate Deal On Fundrise Off To Great Start, Approaches Crowdfunding Goal

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Fundrise recently announced their entry into the Washington DC real estate market as a crowdfunding intermediary. If deal number three is any indication, there is certainly some interest among the non-accredited crowd even as participation remains limited to investors in Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC. The development plan for the vacant building in an up-and-coming neighborhood… Read More

Fundrise Announces New Real Estate Offer, Available to Non-Accredited Investors

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Real estate equity crowdfunding platform Fundrise has announced a new offering for a real estate investment in Washington, DC.  The building located at 1539 7th Street, NW is available to any investor located in Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC. This offering highlights title IV of the JOBS Act which seeks to increase the small offerings… Read More

Maryland Investors Will Gain Access To Real Estate Crowdfunding Deals On Fundrise For First Time

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Fundrise has slowly but surely been expanding their ability to offer shares of real estate-backed securities to non-accredited investors. The equity crowdfunding platform has just crossed a major hurdle in that fight, and it could spell a big opportunity for Maryland’s Main Street investor class. A new deal is set to launch that seeks to… Read More

Fundrise Real Estate Platform Aids Marcus Books in Crowdfunding Effort

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Marcus Books, the nations oldest black owned bookstore located in San Francisco, is facing the possibility of displacement. Fundrise, a commercial real estate crowdfunding platform, is helping them raise $1 Million to buy back the property. Fundrise is seeking accredited investors to save a property.  The campaign has been created with the goal of raising… Read More

WATCH: Fundrise Co-Founder Ben Miller Talks Real Estate Crowdfunding On Bloomberg

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Fundrise and Popularise Co-founder Ben Miller was recently on Bloomberg talking about the real estate niche of the crowdfunding space. He briefly hits on the current state of real estate funding and continues on to explain how crowdfunding will help drive capital into real estate investments. Interestingly, he compares disruption in the capital markets to… Read More

WATCH: Real Estate Crowdfunding Stakeholders Discuss Niche

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Real estate news provider Inman News posted video of a recent panel where four real estate crowdfunding industry stakeholders discussed their platforms, the real estate niche and the power crowdfunding has to drive capital toward real estate investments. The four participants are: Jilliene Helman, founder and CEO, Realty Mogul Brandon Jenkins, director of product development,… Read More

Is Equity Crowdfunding Legal in Washington, DC?

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Fundrise is churning a lot of attention, by  pioneering investing in real estate through the crowdfunding platform. It has empowered large numbers of average folks to pool their money and invest in local projects. Believing that everyone should have the opportunity to invest in real estate, Fundrise is taking in both public and accredited investors…. Read More

Indiegogo, Other Crowdfunding Groups, Set to Testify Today at House of Representatives

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Hearing on Crowdfunding to be Streamed Live at 10AM EST. Small Business Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight and Regulations will be holding a hearing today at the Rayburn House Office Building on Capital Hill.  The hearing has been titled, “Financing America’s Small Businesses: Innovative Ideas for Raising Capital”, and features several prominent crowdfunding industry leaders including: Ms…. Read More

The real-estate crowdfunding scheme that could revolutionize urban policy by destroying stupid NIMBYism

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I recently asked a real estate professional about a new company called Fundrise that’s built on the simple dream of selling small shares in urban real-estate projects to the masses. He told me he had three points to make: It’s a very cool idea. It’s totally illegal. It’s never going to work. After looking into… Read More

Crowdfunding set to make mark on investing landscape

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For $100, Micah Lubens bought a share of a vacant, two-story brick building that was promoted as the next up-and-coming hot spot along Washington D.C.’s bustling H Street corridor. Through food blogs, Lubens learned of plans to transform the building into a minireplica of Asian night markets, with food stalls and at least one clothing… Read More

Crowdfunding to Be Topic at Milken Global Conference

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Commencing this week in Los Angeles is the annual Global Conference, sponsored by the Milken Institute.  The event covers a diverse list of global issues – including crowdfunding. The conference began in 1998 and has grown over the years from 700 attendees to this years expected 3000 plus.  Luminaries and industry magnates converge on this four… Read More

Crowdfunding’s Latest Invasion: Real Estate

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Crowdfunding is rapidly changing the real-estate investment market, offering developers new ways to finance projects, small investors a way in, and the socially conscious an avenue to support their local communities—and their local farms. Here is a rundown of the real-estate crowdfunding firms I think will have the biggest impact. (Full disclosure: I have advised… Read More

Crowdfunding Real Estate

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Crowdfunding has  already inexorably altered many  industries.  The financing of Real Estate projects is another example of the power of crowdfunding. The shear efficacy of attracting a disperse and diverse group of individuals to finance a project or business of which they share an affinity is truly incredible.  And while this may be incredible now, it… Read More

Crowdfunding for Real Estate Moguls

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The market for crowd funding is hot. Thanks in part to the JOBS Act; recent U.S. government legislation that allows for a wider pool of small investors with fewer restrictions combined with the success of companies like Kickstarter. A variety of industry specific crowd funding startups are emerging to take advantage of the opportunities for community organized… Read More

In Two Hours, Crowdfunding Effort Draws $308,000 of Interest in Washington DC Building

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Crowdfunding is gaining steam as a way to use the Internet to pool individual investors and Fundrise — the D.C. start-up — continues to demonstrate how to use it to locate aspiring commercial real estate investors. On Wednesday morning, 130 people logged in to the company’s Web site expressing interest in buying stakes in a two-story building east of… Read More

Real Estate Crowdfunding Mortgage Rule: Compliance

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New U.S. securities laws intended to help startup companies raise money are poised to benefit real estate investors as well, allowing individuals to buy stakes in offices and other commercial buildings once off limits to them. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act will ease restrictions on investments in closely held companies, including those set up… Read More

Crowdfunding Property Deals on Horizon With Jobs Act

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New U.S. securities laws intended to help startup companies raise money are poised to benefit real estate investors as well, allowing individuals to buy stakes in offices and other commercial buildings once off limits to them. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act will ease restrictions on investments in closely held companies, including those set up… Read More

Crowdfunding and 506 Private Placements

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I read an exceptional article back in November written by Daniel Gorfine and Ben Miller.  Daniel is Director of Special Projects & Legal Counsel for the esteemed Milken Institute and Ben is Co-Founder of Fundrise – a direct investment platform for local real estate and businesses.  Their article was pertaining to the possibility of the… Read More