The term “crowdfunding” has become the latest craze for those seeking financing in various sectors. Crowdfunding is an emerging alternative financing option that involves the collection of finances from backers—the crowd—to fund a company, product or project. One of the most talked about was the recent funding of the Veronica Mars film. There are five…
It has never been easier to gain access to the real estate investment market. Here's how.
Loquidity offers a secure online platform for both accredited and unaccredited investors to pool money to invest in pre-vetted real estate opportunities. All you need to do is to create an account and the world of real estate investing is open to you!
Learn about specific investment opportunities and review the risk and opportunity profiles for each of the offerings. New to real estate investing and crowdfunding? The opportunity to educate yourself on the fundamentals and how crowdfunding works by browsing Loquidity’s University section, authored by experts in the field.
Did you find the right deal that matches your investment strategies and risk aversion? If so, it’s time to jump in with both feet and be part of a community of investors that are ready to take advantage of the opportunity to diversify their portfolio and share in the returns. After you make your decision and pledge your funds, all you have to do is wait for the investment to fund.
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Once your investment is funded, sit back and watch your property blossom. Follow your investment on the Loquidity Dashboard and through regular updates and communications. We will take care of the rest. Enjoy being part of the community and a partial owner of a tangible asset.
At Loquidity, we believe in constant learning. We value curious minds and the pursuit of knowledge. The financial world can be complicated, which is why we created our investor learning center. To help ease the real estate investment learning curve, we have compiled a series of topics we believe are essential to familiarize yourself with. In our University section, you will find topics such as asset allocation, risk/return and valuation. Spend some time here, and we promise you will be glad you did. As always, we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
Over the past few years, crowdfunding has affected numerous industries, but none more than the real estate market. Since the passing of the JOBS Act of 2012, which eased restrictions on fundraising by small companies, it is now legal for entrepreneurs to publicly advertise their efforts to raise money. In the case of real estate, individuals…
When deciding where to invest, financial experts will often advise you to “get to know yourself.” This includes knowing how much money one has available to invest, what the time frame for returns is and how hands-on he or she wants to be in movement and growth of his or her money. Consider this as building a relationship with one’s money. Along…