What is Real Estate Crowdfunding?
Learn how to build wealth and earn passive income in real estate while someone else does all the work.
In real estate projects the developer is going to finance the project with two core types of capital.
One is going to be debt, typically from a bank, and the other is equity, which is going to come from investors.
A major distinction between these two types of capital is that debt just earns an interest rate, and equity gets a share of the profits.
Watch this short video to dive a little deeper into the concept of equity and what it means to you and check out the link below where you can get access to a list of every real estate crowdfunding site in America.
For more information and to gain access to:
- Guided tour of 8 real estate crowdfunding websites
- FREE: Complete list of every real estate syndication website
- FREE: 10 things to look for in real estate contracts
- Access to advanced real estate investment training
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