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Many real estate crowdfunding websites have extended this error made by real estate CEOs by transferring the terms to their own description of the merits of the real estate deals on their websites. The terms have relevance to the bigger, institutional investors, but are not generally relevant to the 8 million investors who meet the criteria of an accredited investor.
CrowdBoarders LLC, a Next Generation Social Investing Network, has been formally approved as a Funding Portal by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act of 2012 for equity crowdfunding. The Crowdfunding Regulations which were approved last October will go into effect on May 16, 2016, allowing entrepreneurs to raise funding for their business of up to $1M per year via equity crowdfunding with any investors.
One way to view the topic of real estate crowdfunding is to begin the analysis by seeing the investment from the perspective of a potential investor. Imagining how the investor views real estate investments, compared to all other investment alternatives, is useful because it provides an insight into how investors may select either a real estate crowdfunding website or a direct corporate private offering to complete their investment decision.
Crowdfunding offers both strategic and financial benefits for entrepreneurs. Interacting with potential customers and investors will give campaign managers insights into their target markets. The transparency and convenience of online crowdfunding attract venture capitalists, which helped the crowdfunding economy grow to $5.1 billion in 2013, according to Forbes.
One year ago, eYeka published its « State of Crowdsourcing in 2015 » trend report unveiling how creative crowdsourcing had been used by brands and agencies since the birth of the phenomenon in the mid-2000s.