2016 Industry Predictions
Speculation is the name of the game this week - from predictions on what 2016 will bring to real estate crowdfunding to opinions on the effects of the SEC’s new crowdfunding rules, industry leaders have been quick to weigh in. Here are some of our favorites.
Top 5 Real Estate Crowdfunding Predictions: What to expect for 2016 and beyond
Investor Intel for Investors | Nov 5, 2015
As 2015 draws to a close, experts have begun to make predictions for the real estate crowdfunding industry in 2016. Based on growth trends from 2014 and 2015, industry insiders believe real estate crowdfunding could reach $3.5 billion next year. Find out what else real estate investors can expect in 2016.
SEC Equity Crowdfunding Rules – Game Changer Or Cautious Optimism?
Crowd Sourcing Week | Nov 6, 2015
The SEC’s recent Title III ruling allowing individuals to invest in startups and other private companies has led to much speculation about how much impact the industry will actually feel. RealtyMogul.com’s CEO Jilliene Helman told Crowd Sourcing Week, “I see the $1 million yearly cap as a roadblock for many startups. Running a high-growth startup is expensive work and this cap can prove risky to investors, who are looking for a return but the investment cap doesn’t do much for startups. But with the approval, SEC also removed some stringent reporting rules, a move I welcome as they would have been cost prohibitive for most startups.” Read more thoughts on the SEC ruling.
The market has spoken: The Fed will raise rates in December
Business Insider | Nov 7, 2015
Because of numbers running strong – the economy added 271,000 jobs in October, making it the fastest pace of growth this year and that the unemployment rate fell to 5 percent, the lowest since April 2008 – speculation abounds on whether the Federal Reserve will raise rates next month. Check out the projections here.
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