CrowdStreet, an online marketplace for real estate investment, says business is booming. According to a report from the company, CrowdStreet is “oversubscribing multi-million dollar raises in less than 30 days.”
Everest West Central LLC announces its initial MOB offering through CrowdStreet is oversubscribed and closed to new investors.
Tucked way down at the bottom of Guerrilla Development's investor portal page for the crowdfunding piece of its Fair-Haired Dumbbell office building project are three words: Powered by CrowdStreet. And to Tore Steen, CEO of CrowdStreet, that's just how it should be.
Portland real estate investment startup CrowdStreet has raised an additional $3.5 million to begin marketing its tools for online real estate investment.
Portland’s CrowdStreet has collected a tidy Series A round. The $3.5 million fundraise was led by Menlo Park, Calif.-based Rally Ventures and also included the startup’s existing investors Green Visor Capital, Seven Peaks Ventures and Portland Seed Fund.
CrowdStreet Inc., which provides crowdfunding tools for the real estate industry, announced today that the company founded in Bend has raised $3.5 million in its most recent investment round.
CrowdStreet’s commercial real estate investment platform continues to find success and the Portland-based startup today announced a $3.5 million Series A funding round to help fuel growth.
Rally Ventures was attracted to commercial real estate, and to leading a Series A funding round for CrowdStreet, because the sector has yet to be as disrupted by technology as other industries, CrowdStreet’s Darren Powderly tells GlobeSt.com.
CrowdStreet said Wednesday it raised $3.5 million in a Series A round led by Rally Ventures. Also participating were investors Green Visor Capital, Seven Peaks Ventures and Portland Seed Fund. Portland-based CrowdStreet provides a real estate investor acquisition and management platform.
CrowdStreet, a leading real estate investor acquisition and management platform, today announced that it has raised $3.5 million in Series A funding. Rally Ventures led the round with participation from seed investors Green Visor Capital, Seven Peaks Ventures and Portland Seed Fund.