The CrowdStreet team keeps an eye on our fully-funded offerings that have transitioned to the post-investment stage, evaluating and delving deeper into specific individual deals on an as-needed basis. This analysis could be triggered by:
- Underperformance of a deal, meaning the investment is considered “at-risk”
- A lack of sponsor transparency
- A realization event—including a sale or refinance—that impacts our overall Marketplace Performance track record
- Other issues or misunderstandings between a sponsor and the investors
Intervening On Deals: What CrowdStreet Can and Can’t Do
We strive to only work with reputable sponsors and bring sound investments to the Marketplace. CrowdStreet offers investors the ability to invest directly into real estate projects, meaning your capital goes directly to the sponsor behind the project. However, it also means that we have limited powers when it comes to intervening and resolving issues when they arise.
Like all investments, commercial real estate investing has inherent risk. Note that:
- CrowdStreet does not have decision-making powers regarding the execution of the business plan.
- CrowdStreet does not have the power or ability to directly impact or influence the operations and financial performance of a project.