The CrowdStreet Marketplace has featured offerings from hundreds of commercial real estate developers, operators, and capital providers (‘Sponsors’) to date. The one thing they all have in common is that CrowdStreet sponsors have proven experience and investor-friendly offerings.
Minimum Sponsor Qualification
To be considered a suitable In commercial real estate, the sponsor is an individual or company in charge of finding, acquiring and managing the real estate property on behalf of the partnership. The sponsor is usually expected to invest anywhere from 5-20% of the total required equity capital. They are then responsible for raising the remaining funds and acquiring and managing the investment property’s day-to-day... More for the CrowdStreet marketplace a sponsor must meet a Core commercial real estate investments are the least risky offering. They are often fully leased to quality tenets, have stabilized returns and require little to no major renovations. These properties are often in highly desirable locations in major markets and have long term leases in place with high credit tenants. These buildings are well-kept and require little to no improvements... More set of requirements.
- They must demonstrate stewardship of investor capital.
- They must demonstrate a desire for direct relationships with investors.
- They must possess the necessary company infrastructure to service investors for the entry life of the investment period.
We organize In commercial real estate, the sponsor is an individual or company in charge of finding, acquiring and managing the real estate property on behalf of the partnership. The sponsor is usually expected to invest anywhere from 5-20% of the total required equity capital. They are then responsible for raising the remaining funds and acquiring and managing the investment property’s day-to-day... More into four unique categories: Emerging, Seasoned, Tenured, and Enterprise.
CrowdStreet VP of Investments, Ian Formigle, details the CrowdStreet Marketplace screening process:
Sponsors new to the CrowdStreet Marketplace are also subjected to a detailed background check including:
Sponsor Screening Checklist
|Track Record- Spot Audit|
|Investor Reference Check|
|Banking Reference Check|
|Legal Reference Check|
|Google and LinkedIn Search|
|Crowd DD Search|
Thomson Reuters CLEAR Investigation Including…
|Business Address Verification|
|Bankruptcy and Lien Search|
|Criminal and Lawsuit Records Search|
|UCC Filings Search|
|Professional Licenses Search|
How We Choose Sponsors
Select CRE Sponsors from Across the U.S.
The CrowdStreet Marketplace has featured offerings from over 80 commercial real estate developers, operators, and capital providers (‘Sponsors’) to date. The one thing they all have in common is their proven experience and the investor-friendly quality of the offerings they bring to CrowdStreet’s investor members.
Experience is Essential
To be considered for the CrowdStreet Marketplace, prospective Sponsors must have at least 10 years of private-equity real estate expertise and proven experience managing investment capital from individual high-net worth investors and/or institutional investors. Sponsors that meet this requirement are subjected to an objective review process and are classified into one of three categories based on experience.
We organize Sponsors into 4 unique categories including Emerging, Seasoned, Tenured & Enterprise to make it easy to compare Sponsor across multiple offerings.
|Entity Longevity||May be <5 years||Must be 5+ years||Must be 10+ years||Must be 15+ years|
|Principal Experience||5+ years (at least 2)||10+ years||20+ years||30+ years|
|Portfolio Activity||May be <$100M||Must be $100M+||Must be $500M+||Must be $5B+|
|Additional Required Qualifications|