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14 real estate crowdfunding lessons from 2014

2014 was a huge year for real estate crowdfunding. New platforms entered the space, established ones got the stamp of approval from VCs, and more projects than ever were able to get access to funding with help from the crowd.

Scott Picken, the founder and CEO of the global real estate crowdfunding platform Wealth Migrate, recently sat down and shared some of his biggest lessons learned from 2014. Find out why Picken believes it’s important to diversify with focus, why sticking to the fundamentals is the key to success for real estate crowdfunding, and why the “old way of organic growth no longer works” — and what will work in the new year.

March 2, 2015
Real Estate Lessons

14 Real Estate Crowdfunding Lessons

14 real estate crowdfunding lessons from 2014 2014 was a huge year for real estate crowdfunding. New platforms entered the space, established ones got the stamp […]
February 2, 2015
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January 5, 2015
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Crowdfunding Can Overcome Obstacles for Women Entrepreneurs

Crowdfunding Can Overcome Obstacles for Women Entrepreneurs For every nine men raising equity financing to start and scale their businesses, only one woman does. Fundraising for your […]
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How to Start a Movement

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