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Real Estate Crowdfunding

How much money do you need to become a real estate investor? Not a lot. Find out how beginners can invest in crowdfunding real estate with just $5

It's time to think about move-in day. To make the transition without digging a hole in your wallet, start planning for this big change now.

Not sure if homeownership is right for you? Here are 23 financial and personal benefits as to why you may be better off renting.



New Real Estate Trends

    Sharestates Review

    February 21, 2019 - Reviews for Investing
    There's no way $1,000 could get you invested in real estate, right? What if we told you that you were wrong? There is such a way to invest in real estate and earn its lucrative returns with just $1,000.

    Roofstock Review

    February 20, 2019 - Reviews
    Investing in real estate isn't just for real estate experts. With the right company by your side, you too can invest in real estate.

    How to Become a Realtor

    Tips for Mortgage
    Selling houses for a living can make you some large commissions, but it comes with a lot of work before you can even start selling.

    Why are Timeshares Bad

    Tips
    The timeshare industry generates more than $10 billion in the US per year. But buying one can be a big financial mistake for you. Learn why in our guide.

    RealCrowd Review: Is It Good?

    October 8, 2018 - Reviews
    Have you always thought investing in commercial real estate was out of your realm of possibilities? Enter RealCrowd, the commercial real estate crowdfunding platform. RealCrowd helps serious investors build relationships and invest in high quality commercial real estate investments.

    Rich Uncles Review: Is It Good?

    October 6, 2018 - Reviews
    Investing in real estate can be complex and expensive. Rich Uncles lets anyone invest with as little as $5. Is it right for you? Read on.

    RealtyMogul Review: Is It Good?

    October 3, 2018 - Reviews
    Real estate investing isn't just for the rich and famous. You can use crowdfunding platform RealtyMogul starting with as little as $1,000.

    RealtyShares Review: Is It Good?

    September 29, 2018 - Reviews
    Have you always wanted to invest in real estate but lacked the capital? RealtyShares is a crowdfunding platform for people like you. Check out the pros and cons below.

    PeerStreet Review: Is It Good?

    September 27, 2018 - Reviews
    If you've had your heart set on investing in real estate but consider yourself a passive income type investor, PeerStreet may be the answer you need.

    Shocking Truth about Average Apartment Rent

    Expect to pay an average of $1,350 per month to rent an apartment in the United States. If you live in a high-cost area, like San Francisco, though, start saving now as you could pay an average of $3,253 for a one-bedroom apartment.

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