Tagged: rental

Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform PeerStreet Expands Product Line By Launching Residential for Rent Loans

Real estate investment platform PeerStreet announced on Wednesday the launch of a new loan product for private lenders: Residential for Rent loans. According to PeerStreet, Residential for Rent loans have a 30-year term so borrowers can secure long-term financing for residential rental properties.  PeerStreet reported that… Read More

Overfunding: Online Rental Marketplace No Agent Surpasses £400,000 Funding Target on Seedrs

No Agent, a UK based online rental marketplace, has successfully secured its initial £400,000 equity crowdfunding target on Seedrs thanks to more than 225 investors. The company launched the funding round last month, seeking the funds to continue the expansion of its platform. As previously reported, No Agent… Read More

Online Rental Marketplace No Agent Now Seeking £400,000 on Seedrs

No Agent, a UK based online rental marketplace, has launched an equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. The platform is currently £400,000 in funding through the initiative. Founded in 2016, No Agent states it is on a mission to clean up the rental sector by delivering great… Read More

UK Online Rental Marketplace Lender Daylui Seeks £115,000 on Seedrs to Continue Platform Growth & Expansion

Daylui, a UK-based online rental marketplace, has launched an equity crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs. The website is seeking £115,000 for continuous growth of its platform along with its plans to revolutionize the sharing economy. Daylui, which was launched in 2015 by founders Daniel Gonsales, Valdemar Tunkevic, Anna Jaskova, and… Read More

HomeUnion Ranks Highest Growth Single Family Rental Markets. Seattle Tops the List

Online real estate management firm, HomeUnion, has published a list of single-family rental (SFR) rental markets in the US that pinpoints the highest growth markets. According to their data, Seattle tops the list, with house rent growth of 6.7 percent.  On the other end of the… Read More

UK’s Rise Art Seeks £150,000 on Crowdcube to Expand Online Marketplace

Rise Art, an online marketplace for contemporary art, recently launched an equity crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube to raise £150,000 as it prepares to expand. The company allows art lovers to easily buy or rent artwork. Its description reads: “We’re changing the way consumers find and own original… Read More

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