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Once upon a time, only the wealthy had the money and information for alternative investments. Every day, investors with curiosity and intelligence (but not a lot of money) were kept on the sidelines, relegated to stocks, bonds, and banks. But now the same disruptive forces that have lowered costs and opened up information throughout other parts of our economy are transforming investing, helping to shape a healthier and more diverse economy for everyone.
Explore profiles of 105 investment crowdfunding and alternative investing websites in our database, including real estate, P2P loans, angel investing, energy financing, performance royalties and more, some with minimums as low as $100 or less.
stREITwise is the latest real estate investment crowdfunding platform to offer a public non-listed REIT investment using Reg A+, joining similar offerings from Rich Uncles, Realty Mogul, and Fundrise. Current selection is limited, but growing, with the recent addition of a large mixed-use complex near Indianapolis. The fee structure is attractive, with the exception of the early-redemption fees, which are higher than similar Reg A+ REITs.
"stREITwise is a revolutionary real estate investing company that enables accredited and unaccredited investors the ability to invest in a non-traded REIT and get recurring dividend income"Read more
EquityMultiple stands out among real estate crowdfunding investment platforms because they’re primarily funded by a major commercial real estate investment firm (Mission Capital) rather than VCs. They offer fewer investments than some other platforms, but that’s a deliberate choice, both to ensure sufficient due diligence, and to keep the choices simple for their primary customer base, which remains small retail investors.
"Gain exclusive access to high-yield commercial real estate deals"Read more
AHP buys pools of distressed mortgage loans at a discount, and then works with homeowners to modify or refinance the loan. If they aren’t able to do either, AHP forecloses on the home and resells it through the REO process. Investors receive a 12% preferred return (and all of their principal back) before AHP earns any profits, but investors should be sure to understand this is an equity investment, not a debt investment, much less a secured one.
"Earn financial returns while helping families in need."Read more