About Us

 



WHO WE ARE

Crowded House Capital was founded to provide a safe and lucrative place for Investors and Entrepreneurs of varying experience levels to make money together. Being in business a long time, we've seen many great projects languish simple because the owner doesn't know how to get the funding they need outside of formal lending instructions that can be time-consuming and difficult to work with.

Likewise, there are many investors seeking shelter from an uncertain investment climate that makes them decide between the extremely low returns in the perceived safety of CDs, or the high risks associated with returns earned from stocks and funds that seem like a balloon to pop at any time.

We thought it was time that changed.




  • Mission

    Entrepreneurs now have a central venue to get quick, reasonably priced funding to finance their dreams, and Investors a place to earn high returns in the relative safety of crowdfunding great projects together. Everyone wins.

  • Vision

    As a number 1 priority, we designed the process to make it easy for investors at Crowded House Capital to evaluate investment opportunities. We create security for our investments; and we make our online investment process transparent and uncomplicated. We knew if investors would trust the process and projects, the sky is truly the limit for all involved.

  • Our Approach

    We're just like you in that we want our money working as hard for us as possible with the least likelihood of a setback. So we developed our business model with the knowledge and experience that comes from managing and financing projects valued in excess of $200 million, negotiating large credit facilities and debt agreements, and successfully executing acquisitions, liquidations, recapitalizations and financings in a number of market sectors including real estate, technology, telecom, environmental and oil and gas power.

Meet our team

  • Corey Taylor

    Co-Founder

    Corey Taylor is an active Real Estate Entrepreneur, financial counselor, and investment trainer. With his experience as a US Naval Academy graduate and service in the US Marine Corps, he built an investment company that completed hundreds of real estate transactions in new construction, rehabs, wholesales, short sales, lease options, owner financing and notes. Utilizing millions in private money to complete successful projects, Corey understands the nuances of creatively balancing the marketplace demands of borrower flexibility and investor safety.

  • Armistead (Ted) Leigh

    Co-Founder

    Ted has been successfully developing, managing and financing projects and businesses for more than 25 years resulting in the placement of nearly $200 million in private investment capital and the negotiation of large credit facilities and debt financings. Ted has successfully executed engagements and assignments involving strategic planning, project development, team building, revenue generation, mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, partnerships and project financings in a number of market sectors including real estate, technology, telecom, environmental, oil and gas and power. Ted graduated from Clemson University with a M.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Management, where he taught economics on a full teaching fellowship.

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Our Site offers real estate developers and operators the opportunity to apply for loans, and offers qualified investors the opportunity to invest in real estate. However, Crowded House Capital does not make recommendations regarding the appropriateness of particular opportunity for any particular investor. We are not investment advisors. Investors must make their own investment decisions, either alone or with their personal advisors.

Real estate can be risky and unpredictable. For example, many experienced, informed people lost money when the real estate market declined in 2007-8. Time has shown that the real estate market goes down without warning, sometimes resulting in significant losses. Some of the risks of investing in real estate include changing laws, including environmental laws; floods, fires, and other Acts of God, some of which can be uninsurable; changes in national or local economic conditions; changes in government policies, including changes in interest rates established by the Federal Reserve; and international crises. You should invest in real estate in general, and in the opportunities listed at the Site in particular, only if you can afford to lose your investment and are willing to live with the ups and downs of the real estate industry. We may provide financial projections for some of the investment opportunities listed on the Site. All such financial projections are only estimates based on current conditions and current assumptions. The actual result of any investment is likely to be different than the original projection, often by a large amount. Neither Crowded House Capital nor anyone else guaranties the results reflected in financial projections.

Neither the Securities and Exchange Commission nor any state agency has reviewed the investment opportunities listed on the Site. Thank you for using the Site. If you have questions, please contact us at contact@crowdedhousecapital.com.