Crowdfunding has been around for years but has been picking up steam due to platforms like Kickstarter. This has yet to be moved to a real estate sector until now. HNW see it as an opportunity to join modern concepts like bitcoin and other endeavors. They also see it as an opportunity for investors to join into projects that may not be in their locality, where they would have the ability to examine and have a stake in the progress of the project.

Are HNW Investors Ready for Real Estate Crowdfunding Platforms?

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