RealtyMogul, one of the largest, most recognizable brands in online real estate crowdfunding, recently announced that over $500 million has been invested into commercial real estate properties worth over $2 billion. To date, more than $136 million has been distributed back to investors.
Founded in 2013, RealtyMogul raised its first $250 million in invested capital in four years and it’s next $250 million in just over two years, reinforcing how its award-winning crowdfunding platform has become a fast-growing, high-quality capital source for commercial real estate transactions.
RealtyMogul CEO and real estate crowdfunding pioneer, Jilliene Helman, credits her team’s rigorous due diligence process and the company’s innovative technology for reaching the $500 million milestone. “We are incredibly proud of this milestone as it represents not just the quantity of investment transactions supported by our platform but also the quality - we employ strict due diligence standards and continue to seek attractive risk adjusted returns in commercial real estate. We could not be the company we are today without a significant investment in technology and we will continue investing in technology to grow our best in class online investment platform. I am grateful to our team and grateful to each individual investor that has entrusted us with their investment capital.”
The RealtyMogul platform offers a wide variety of commercial real estate investment opportunities. The company’s two public non-traded REIT offerings allow all members access to commercial real estate opportunities with a minimum investment of $5,000, while accredited investors enjoy access to REITs, individual private placement transactions and investments eligible for 1031 exchanges. Learn more about our open opportunities here: https://www.realtymogul.com/investment-options
Before investing, consider the “Risks” associated with each investment. Important information about risks, fees and expenses are outlined in the official offering documents. Private Placements are speculative and involve substantial risks such as illiquidity, lack of diversification, complete loss of capital, default risk, industry and capital call risk. Investing in REIT common shares is speculative and risks include, illiquidity, complete loss of capital, limited operating history, conflicts of interest and blind pool risk. 1031 Exchange eligible investments have additional unique risks including technical requirements to qualify for tax deferral under Section 1031.