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Real Estate Crowdfunding; Everything You Need to Know


If you want to invest in real estate, there are many different ways to do it. But for many investors, there is one form of real estate investment that stands out: crowdfunding. Ever since the JOBS Act was signed into law, participation in crowdfunding among investors has soared.

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Liquidity - What Determines My Investment Time Frame?


This article covers liquidity in an investment and how valuable it can be to one’s portfolio. We shall also deep dive into utilizing time horizons for a successful investment strategy.

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Debt/Interest Investments


A debt investment refers to an investment that is debt-based rather than owning an asset. It is a type of investment where an individual person or firm loans money to a corporation, government entity, or an individual and earns interest. 

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Asset Appreciating Investments


Appreciation can simply be described as an increase in an asset’s value over time. The increase can happen for several reasons, including increased demand, diminished supply, changes in interest rates, or inflation.

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Shared Revenue Investments


The ultimate aim of every company is to grow sales efficiently and quickly while keeping production or service costs as low as possible. One form of investment or lending arrangement is a partnership in which revenues are shared.  

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Accredited Investors


What is an Accredited Investor? An accredited investor is a specific person or institution who can trade securities that do not need to be registered with financial authorities. They are eligible for this preferential access if they meet at least one of the SEC’s salary, net worth, asset size, governance status, or professional experience requirements.

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Family Offices


Family Offices are as vast and varied in source, size, structure, and strategy as the individuals whose money is being managed. Due to their growing significance, the financial world cannot seem to stop talking about family offices.

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Non-Accredited Investors


An investor who does not meet the required net worth or income laid out by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is called a non-accredited investor. Basically, they are the investors who are making less than $200,000 annually and that have a net worth of less than $1 million.

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Private Equity Firms


Private Equity is a common term that one can encounter in the corporate world of investing and finance. Private Equity (PE) firms held almost $3.9 trillion in assets as of 2019. That was 12.2% higher than the year before.

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What Is An Angel Investor?


Relying on angel investors is one of the ways young businesses can consider funding their operations.   A business startup calls for a lot of money, time, and effort. 

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