Interesting to note that some platforms are purely providing additive capital to sponsored deals, earning a fee for intermedition, while some are a bit more compensatory, with the inclusion of management fees and a carried interest. As of now, all are focused on accredited investors, though one has included DPOs in their mix. Here is the lists:
Prodigy Network – Multinational firm, focused on urban development projects, including highrise residential, malls, and shopping complexes. Participates with proven sponsors/developers.
Fundrise – Former principal investor turned aggregator. Focused on commercial properties, cash flow oriented. Fee based comp structure
Realty XE, Inc. has carved a niche for itself in the real estate crowdfunding marketplace as an investment platform that focuses on real estate acquisition, wealth accumulation & sustainable community initiatives. platform is state-of-the-art software technology and with a strong emphasis on building a better society through long term community relationships.
Realty Mogul – online syndicator of cash-flow generating properties, be they apartment buildings, office buildings, retail complexes. Offers both debt and equity structures. Economics include fee participation and carried interest.
Propellr – MBS traders turned crowdfunders. Fixed income plays in C&I properties.
Patch of Land – Provides high yield short-term loans on single and multi-family, and small commercial projects. Fee based.
CrowdStreet – Supporting unique sponsored projects including student housing and assisted living. Generally mezzanine approach with current yield and some upside.
GroundFloor –A team of experts in peer-to-peer lending, finance and real estate brings an Internet sensibility to finance.
RealCrowd – Providing small tranche access to sponsored syndications. Multifamily, mixed use and commercial. Fees and carried interest compensation.
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