This piece was originally published by Lend Academy HERE. As one of the founders of RealtyShares, I remember the dawn of real estate crowdfunding in 2013. There were only a handful of real platforms and simply getting people to sign up for our websites – never mind actually investing – was an enormous struggle. Oh Read More »

This piece was originally published by the Lending Times On March 2nd, Dynamics Capital put together a great real estate crowdfunding conference in Los Angeles. In attendance were some of the industry’s top platforms, including Realty Mogul, Patch of Land, PeerStreet, and AssetAvenue. I was fortunate to attend as well and present one of the Read More »

Over the last decade we have seen a significant increase in foreign investment in U.S. real estate. With recent real estate crowdfunding options in the marketplace, it clearly makes sense that certain non-resident investors are considering crowdfunding equity investments. Let’s examine many of the tax considerations that will impact these foreign investors as they venture Read More »

Crowdfunding for real estate continues to gain momentum.  As a result, certain important tax questions arise. One such question relates to dealing with state tax consequences on equity deals and whether investors are required to file income tax returns (and of course pay income tax) in the states where the real property is located or Read More »

  Real estate crowdfunding is becoming a very popular way for investors to get into the real estate market.  They don’t have to manage the day to day operations of the property, but will be able to obtain cash flow and a percent of the profits upon disposition.  Most real estate investors understand the basics Read More »

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