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2017 Real Estate Crowdfunding: Surveying the Landscape

        “Copyright” By Jonathan B. Wilson CrowdFund Beat Sr. Guest Editor, Partner, Taylor English Duma LLP The impact of crowdfunding on real estate finance and deal-making has been one of the hottest topics of the past year.[1]  With the advent of crowdfunding, real estate developers and investors have multiple pathways to finance their projects and even to plot their exits.  But in many ways the impact of crowdfunding has not yet arrived.  Crowdfunding for real estate is still in the early stages and may take several detours along the way to its final destination. What is Crowdfunding? The idea of “crowdfunding” has been…

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2017 Real Estate Crowdfunding Sites

Alphabetically CrowdFundBeat Media, Copyright © All Rights Reserved Report: Real Estate Crowdfunding Set to Be $5.5 Billion Industry in 2017 Also:  CrowdFunding Lists, Data, Analytics, Research, Statistics, Reports, Infographic Crowdfund Beat Media, “2020 Prospect Report”the leading research and advisory and firm specializing in  crowdfunding solutions for private, public and social enterprises, has announced the release of its comprehensive 2017 CF-RE Crowdfunding for Real Estate report, which will provide the first ever detailed look at the intersection of real estate and crowdfunding. The 120-page report features data on the exponential growth of real estate crowdfunding, the emergence of specialized real estate crowdfunding platforms and how this revolutionary new method…

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IPO Fintech Startup ClickIPO Will Bring Initial and Secondary Public Offerings to Main Street Investors 

By Jorge Sanchez, Crowdfund Beat Guest Editor,   The Initial Public Offering(IPO) has long been one of the most honored and revered business milestones. For entrepreneurs, early employees and investors IPOs are seen as the ideal liquidation event. But it is also seen by many as more, the IPO represents the ultimate validation of a business: a metamorphosis of a private company into one subjected to the democracy of the public equity market. As monumental as an IPO is, both for the company and members of the public which support the business, investing in an IPO is anything but public or democratic. ClickIPO Securities, a FINRA…

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SEC Metrics on Reg A+

On 12/31 the SEC published a report on Reg A activity as of Q3 that has some eye-opening bullets. Here are a few of the key metrics, along with my observations and musings. 147 offering statements filed, of which 81 were qualified (as of the date of the stats) Of the 81 qualified, 49 were Tier 2, 32 were Tier 1 121 days avg time from filing to qualification (Tier 2) 17% used broker-dealers (Tier 2) $18M avg max-raise 20% used “test the waters” 87% equity/13% debt or other offerings $50,000 avg legal costs to file & get qualified $15,000 avg accounting audit costs 50%+…

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NextGen Crowdfunding Video Awards

Crowdfund Beat News Wire, Public Will Vote on First Round of Contestants to Determine Winners of New Online Awards Shows January 19, 2017 09:00 AM Eastern Standard Time LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NextGen Crowdfunding®, the leading company that helps people explore new types of crowdfunding, announces the season one premiere of the Crowdfunding Video Awards (CVAs). This new, six-part series of online awards shows will showcase videos from both rewards-based crowdfunding campaigns featured on Indiegogo, Kickstarter and other platforms, as well as equity crowdfunding campaigns. “The campaign videos we’ll be showing viewers over the course of this season showcase creativity, passion and the entrepreneurial spirit.” Season one…

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If I Raise Money Using Crowdfunding, Will I Be Able To Raise More Money Later?

By Mark Roderick CrowdFunding Beat  Sr. contributing editor and crowdfunding attorney with Flaster/Greenberg PC. I have rarely attended a Crowdfunding conference where this question wasn’t asked. Maybe those of us in the industry haven’t done a good enough job answering it. Before getting into details, I’ll note that it is no longer a hypothetical question, as it was when the JOBS Act was signed into law in 2012. Today, many companies have indeed graduated from Crowdfunding to venture rounds, to angel rounds, to Regulation A offerings, and even to IPOs. But judging from the look on the faces of the audience, that answer never seems completely satisfying. Isn’t…

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Targeted IRRs in Crowdfunding

By Mark Roderick CrowdFunding Beat  Sr. contributing editor and crowdfunding attorney with Flaster/Greenberg PC.   Targeted internal rate of return, or IRR, is used widely to advertise deals on Crowdfunding sites, real estate and otherwise. While target IRR means something to sophisticated sponsors and investors, its widespread and uncritical use makes me a little uneasy, for the following reasons: If pressed, many people don’t know what IRR really means. Investors assume that a higher IRR is better than a lower IRR, but many couldn’t explain exactly why or how. IRR can be misleading. For example, a bond purchased for $100 that pays interest of $10 at the end…

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New to Crowdfunding? Here’s What to Expect.

40Billion.com, Crowdfund Beat Guest Post. With the popularity and success of crowdfunding as a new way to fund new projects, it’s easy for other aspiring entrepreneurs to believe that sites like Kickstarter are their golden ticket to launching a business. But the reality is, crowdfunding isn’t always as simple as it seems. Whether you’re looking to raise a small amount of startup cash or acquire a larger sum through equity crowdfunding, there are a few challenges you might face during the process that you may not have expected. Choosing the right platform The first step is to choose the right platform. Not all of them…

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Crowdfunding: Can It Work for Brick & Mortar?

By Cheryl Clements, Crowdfund Beat Guest Post, Founder + CEO of PieShell – Crowdfunding for food + beverage, Having a store front or restaurant is expensive, especially when you’re just getting started. Between build-out and equipment costs, starting inventory, licenses, fees, and working capital, starting a brick and mortar business can easily add up to hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s because of this that many people say that rewards-based crowdfunding isn’t a good option for brick and mortar businesses, but we beg to differ. Crowdfunding is a great option for restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops, and more (if it’s done in the right way and on…

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2017 Who’s Who of CrowdFunding Industry Professionals

2017 who’s who in CrowdFunding World As you know CrowdfundBeat.com continues to grow as the preeminent  go-to source for all news and trends Crowdfunding related.  Our conferences are expanding  as part of our “World Tour” for 2017. Crowdfunding Beat Media Group, Conference & Expo 2017 USA Tour New York City Jan 24th   –  Silicon Valley Feb 9th & 10th –  Washington DC May 4th & 5th – Denver October 2nd & 3rd.   For sponsorship opportunity contact: CFB@CrowdFundBeat.com  or call 1 888 580 6610 Name Last Name Comapany/Title Contact Jay Abraham Business Growth Strategist Dara Albright Dara Albright Media & FinTechREVOLUTION.tv @tothestoics Kendall Almerico Crowdfunding and JOBS Act…

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U.S. News & World ReportWhich Is Best: REITs or Real Estate Crowdfunding? | Real Estate ...U.S. News & World ReportIf you're seeking the benefits of investment real estate but not in the market for the expense and workload of buying and managing rental properties, real es [...]

ForbesSix Tips To Boost Your Next Crowdfunding CampaignForbesBefore we were able to do our first project as a nonprofit, we had this pesky problem of actually having the funds to do the work. We knew we needed a fundraiser, and we knew we needed to get creative since we had no money t [...]

Popular ScienceCrowdfunding helps women succeed in tech because venture capital won'tPopular ScienceBut there appears to be one haven for women in tech looking for investors: crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo. On these platforms, which allow entrepreneurs to make [...]

WRAL.comPet treat startup raises 26K in crowdfunding campaignWRAL.comBy Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About Editor. Raleigh, N.C. — A pet treat startup, founded by two former tech guys, has met its goal - raising more than $26,000 through a crowdfunding campaign. Zookies Cookies was created [...]

WRAL Tech WireCrowdfunding landscape in NC offers other options | WRAL TechWireWRAL Tech WireRESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – FundingStack from John Panaccione and Clem Seifert isn't the only effort to simplify the crowdfunding process in North Carolina. Mark Easley, a veteran investor a [...]

Italian Design Studio Is Crowdfunding Floating Solar-Powered City ...OilPrice.comAn Italian design studio, Lazzarini Design, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to kickstart the construction of a floating city consisting of solar-powered pyramids.and more » [...]

ForbesNeed To Fund Your Health Idea? How About Crowdfunding? - ForbesForbesCaringCrowd is an example of a platform to help crowdfunding for public health projects. What are the pros and cons and opportunities and pitfalls of crowdfunding?and more » [...]

BloombergOnline Real Estate Platforms Bring Crowdfunding to the Wealthy ...BloombergReal estate fund managers Michael Episcope and David Scherer had Georgia on their minds—specifically, Atlanta. The city, part of the third-largest-gaining metro area in the U.S. last year, according to [...]

Augusta Free PressCrowdfunding project aimed at creating autism-friendly environmentsAugusta Free PressWhen her children were young, Amy Azano avoided most events because her son, as a child with autism spectrum disorder, found them too loud and bright and crowded.and more » [...]

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