A paradox in the growth of the real estate crowdfunding world is that at the same time as it is becoming easier for sponsors to reach accredited investors online, it is also becoming increasingly difficult for them to rely on anyone else to do the heavy lifting for them.
The major crowdfunding platforms are so successful that their entry qualifications are getting harder and harder and so enter my guest today Kam Zainabadi and his platform, Park Place Investment, where anyone can list a deal.
Learn from my guest today, Orest Mandzy, Managing Editor, Commercial Real Estate Direct, how he has built an entire CRE information business online, starting over twenty years ago when it was just experimental to have online businesses, unlike today when it's mandatory.
My guest today Aaron Halfacre, CEO of the crowdfunding platform Modiv and what you’ll hear from him today is that by investing in real estate through Modiv, you also get an ownership share in the company itself.
Charlie Rushton, Managing Partner at Saber Equity describes Parkway Flats, a class A apartment building in Houston, Texas.
Asset Class: Class A apartment building
Investment type: equity
Deal Size: $45.6 million
Equity requirement: $11.5 million
Preferred return: 8%
Projected IRR: 21%