CrowdStreet is a real estate investing platform that gives investors direct access to individual commercial real estate investment opportunities, allowing you to review, compare, and personally choose the deals that meet your own investment criteria. Our managed funds and advisory services give you the same level of access, but we’ll handle the portfolio, making it even easier for you to invest.
Tens of thousands of individual investors have earned millions of dollars in distributions and diversified their portfolio outside of the stock market with commercial real estate.
CrowdStreet Marketplace Performance**
Since launching in 2014, the CrowdStreet Marketplace has published over 367 commercial real estate investment offerings. To date, 19 of those offerings have been fully realized.See all of the performance details
IRR is calculated based on an expectation of future cashflow.
Total funds invested through the CrowdStreet Marketplace
Total funds returned to CrowdStreet Marketplace investors to date
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A fast, simple, and easy way to diversify your commercial real estate portfolio with just one investment.
You’re in control. Invest directly in individual commercial real estate deals on the Marketplace.
Leverage our in-house advisory team and get an investment strategy tailored to your individual financial objectives.
Latest Marketplace Deals
Compare and review commercial real estate projects to find the right direct investment opportunity for you. View a deal’s financial documents, register for a live webinar with the sponsor behind the deal, submit your investment offers, and more.
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