Real Estate Crowdfunding: Investing Without the Hassle of Ownership

Learn about real estate crowdfunding

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Investing in real estate can be quite lucrative, although generally, the really big bucks are reserved for the largest deals. To access such large deals, investors need hundreds of millions or potentially even billions of dollars, placing such investments out of the reach of the average investor.

However, what many investors may not realize is that crowdfunding can make these massive real estate deals easily investable for them — enabling them to get a piece of the really big action. Here's what you need to know about real estate crowdfunding, including how it works and how to get started.

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Jacob Wolinsky

Jacob is the founder and CEO of ValueWalk. What started as a hobby 10 years ago turned into a well-known financial media empire focusing in particular on simplifying the opaque world of the hedge fund world. Before doing ValueWalk full time, Jacob worked as an equity analyst specializing in mid and small-cap stocks. Jacob also worked in business development for hedge funds. He lives with his wife and five children in New Jersey. Full Disclosure: Jacob only invests in broad-based ETFs and mutual funds to avoid any conflict of interest.