Introducing online capital to real estate entrepreneurs

Learn:

  • From Leading Crowdfunding Platform Operators
  • How To Fund Your Next Project Online
  • To Create Your Own Platform

Raise Debt & Equity For:

  • Single Family Fix & Flips
  • Multifamily/Commercial
  • Ground-Up Development

September 18, 2014

Event Details

RealCap Chicago will provide real estate entrepreneurs the opportunity to hear from the country's leading real estate crowdfunding platforms. Attendees will learn how to raise debt and equity online for projects including "fix and flip" single family homes, multifamily complexes, commercial buildings, and ground up development projects.

Panels
  • Learn the basics- How Does Real Estate Crowdfunding Work
  • Hear from real estate crowdfunding industry leaders- How Do I Get My Project Funded Online Further
  • Gain knowledge from marketing experts- Marketing and Publicity Strategies To Ensure Projects Are Funded – And Fast!
Workshops

For entrepreneurs interested in a Do It Yourself strategy, GroundBreaker will host How To Start Your Own Crowdfunding Platform

Armies of institutional investors are funding the personal loan offerings of Proper and Lending Club. Despite breathtaking growth, these peer-to-peer lending platforms have more investor capacity than offerings. As a result, some institutional dollars are overflowing into real estate crowdfunding platforms, which offer similar dynamics as the peer to peer platforms. Fittingly, attendees will hear from a panel featuring family office representatives and other investors who will provide insight on What We Look For When Investing.

Who's Attending?

RealCap Chicago is expected to attract a large audience of real estate entrepreneurs, providing an opportunity to network and explore real estate crowdfunding. In addition, investors who are interested in real estate crowdfunding will have an opportunity to meet face to face with industry leaders and probe a plethora of platforms with a variety of projects to match their interests.

Meet the Future of Real Estate Capital

"The rapid growth of real estate crowdfunding platforms can be attributed to both the low minimum investments of $100 - $10,000 as well as the transparency which both developers and investors now benefit from as they compare terms and opportunities on platforms, and even across platforms, " Newbery said. "The ease and speed of investing on the platforms is seductive. Online capital raising is the future of real estate finance." There are over 50 real estate crowdfunding platforms active in the United States, which several additional platforms planning to launch soon.

RealCap Chicago will take place five days prior to the one year anniversary of enactment of Title II of the JOBS Act, which opened the door for today's burgeoning real estate crowdfunding marketplace.

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