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Real Estate Crowdfunding - Is It A Waste Of Time?

Empire

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Hey there,

I have some money saved up and have been searching for any good ways to invest it....instead of let it sit in the bank.

I see real estate crowdfunding seems to be popular with a not so difficult entry level.
So someone could invest a few thousand on a property or two.

I am not sure how the whole thing works as I haven't read too deep into it yet...wanted to get you guys opinion first.

Is there money to be made with this or is it just a waste of time?
Have any of you ventured into this and if so what sort of results have you had?

Any information/advice/opinions would be helpful.

Cheers!
 
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It is not likely a waste of time. But the current environment for real estate does not seem to be ripe for returns.

There is not a lot of scrutiny on the crowdfunding group in general though. You will need to do a fair amount of due diligence.
 

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It is not likely a waste of time. But the current environment for real estate does not seem to be ripe for returns.

There is not a lot of scrutiny on the crowdfunding group in general though. You will need to do a fair amount of due diligence.

Due diligence is a given. The housing market in Spain seems to be skyrocketing at the moment though.
 
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Due diligence is a given. The housing market in Spain seems to be skyrocketing at the moment though.
I was basing my response on the US market. Sorry. Skyrocketing is good if you catch enough of the wave.
 

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Why not take your money and invest it into your business?
 

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