Author: Ian Formigle
Manufacturing housing is a property niche that has historically hovered on the fringe of the mainstream commercial real estate investment market. However, this property type … Continued
Sharing insider information and insider trading is a nefarious act in the financial world…the SEC defines illegal insider trading as “buying or selling a security, in breach of … Continued
For over 80 years, only accredited investors (those making over $200k per year or with more than $1 million of net worth excluding their primary … Continued
One frequently posed question by investors on the CrowdStreet Marketplace is, “What happens if CrowdStreet does not source the full targeted equity amount on a … Continued
Waterfall structures in commercial real estate private equity deals can be complex. One element of a deal that can further complicate them is the structure … Continued
A commercial real estate holding period begins on the date the newly acquired asset closes and runs until the date the asset is sold. Investors … Continued
A detailed walkthrough of our screening process for Marketplace offerings. Our screening process is extensive and highly-selective. Less than 2% of all offerings are accepted … Continued
Ian Formigle, CrowdStreet VP of Investments, highlights key features of the investment offering detail page, including the Sponsor Summary, Investment Property Documents, Capital Stack, Waterfall, … Continued
John Robertson, CrowdStreet Investor Relations Manager, provides a step-by-step walkthrough of the investment process including offer submission, closing documents, investor verification, and funding.
18-hour cities are defined as second-tier cities with above-average urban population growth that offer a lower cost of living and lower cost of doing business relative to first-tier or 24-hour cities. In this article, we will make the case for four emerging 18-hour cities that might become the future darlings of the urbanization movement.