To make money from real estate investing, you need all the material facts of an investment organized and presented clearly and concisely so you can make informed decisions quickly. Let’s be clear; you want to make money by crowdfunding with others. You just want to...read more
When you borrow money privately to acquire, renovate and sell a real estate property for a profit, you’re engaged in an activity regulated under securities law. This is true even if you borrow money from a family member, a friend, a neighbor or a person who advertises...read more
We think through the critical elements of every real estate deal to identify ways that risks can be mitigated for our investors. Our aim is to think through deal terms that work for project owners in a competitive marketplace while maintaining safeguards in case...read more
According to RealtyTrac, there were a 179,778 residential flips in 110 U.S. markets in 2015. That’s a big number, and it’s also the highest number of residential flips in a decade. Home flips actually exceeded 2005 totals in 12 metropolitan markets; they were 20%...read more
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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.
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