Worthy Financial has announced a new office in Alpharetta, Georgia. At the same time, the company as announced a new offering, Worthy Property Bonds, an SEC-qualified real-estate-backed debt product.
Sally Outlaw, CEO of Worthy Financial, said that Worthy remains steadfast in its commitment to helping Americans gain from more productive ways of saving for retirement. Worthy aims to provide even the smallest retail investor with the “very same access to higher yielding, alternative investment products that wealthy and institutional investors enjoy.”
Dara Albright, CMO of Worthy Property Bonds, added:
“Particularly during these periods of market tumult, more and more retail investors are starting to understand just how crucial asset diversification is to one’s investment portfolio. We are experiencing this sentiment firsthand as, since receiving qualification by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under Regulation A+, sales of Worthy Property Bonds have already surpassed all of Worthy bonds’ prior sales records.”
Albright said they were excited about the expansion into Georgia describing it as a national Fintech hub.
Both Albright and Outlaw are long-time proponents of investment crowdfunding and are well-known within the industry.
Worthy Property Bond will allow investors to participate for as little as $10 while earning a 5% fixed annual return. Worthy also said it will enable liquidity at any time for investors. Worthy has filed a Form 1-A, and its offering circular is viewable here.
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