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One of the hottest trends today in the real estate industry is real estate crowdfunding via several websites, including well-known platforms such as RealtyShares (to learn more about RealtyShares, click here). But just because it’s hot, does that mean it’s a good investment? As with any investment, crowdfunding offers the potential for solid returns—but it also involves risk and requires due diligence and informed decision-making.
In this video, Brandon Turner mentions crowdfunding in comparison to stock investing. It is important to note that while both of these strategies are popular forms of investing, they differ in several ways. Crowdfunding (and real estate investing in general) is affected by general housing market fluctuations, while the stock market is influenced by several factors of the economy at large, as well as management of and value created by specific companies.
Check out the below episode of the #AskBP Podcast, where Brandon shares his thoughts on the truth behind crowdfunding and how to get started with that niche. Stay tuned!
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