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The Best Crowdfunding Crash Course Ever Episode #4

The Best Crowdfunding Crash Course Ever Episode #4

How do you qualify a crowdfunding platform? What specific questions do you ask the platform reps? What is it like to invest in a crowdfunded deal? Today we’re going to answer those questions and then some.

Listen to Episode #4 Here


Who we’re talking to today:


Free Download: Top 10 Crowdfunding Questions


Some things you’ll discover on today’s episode:

  • Two surprising lessons learned by investing in Crowdfunded deals
  • The list of questions you should ask a crowdfunding platform

The step-by-step process for what it’s like to invest in a crowdfunded deal from an investor’s standpoint

  • Pros and cons of debt and equity investing
  • How to diversify your portfolio in crowdfunded deals

And much, much more!


Free Download: The Newark Report


The Best Crowdfunding Crash Course Ever

If you haven’t checked out Patch of Land’s Podcast Series The Best Crowdfunding Crash Course Ever, now’s the time to get with the program. Listen to the previous episodes below and to find out what you’ve been missing:

Episode 1: Every Single Answer to Every Single Crowdfunding Question You Have

Episode 2: Welcome to the Future

Episode 3: How to Do a Crowdfunded Deal from Start to Finish

If you want to learn more, take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions we receive about real estate crowdfunding on a daily basis and find out why so many people are crowdfunding real estate projects across the country with Patch of Land.
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2 thoughts on “The Best Crowdfunding Crash Course Ever Episode #4”

  • Michelle Yarber

    Michelle Yarber commented July 7, 2015

    When will non-accredited investors be able to invest per Reg A?

    Marco Rivera

    Marco Rivera reply July 7, 2015

    Hello Michelle, thank you for your comment.

    Right now, our current structure and plans are to operate under the laws of Regulation D Rule 506(c) of the Security and Exchange commission. However, this may not be the case forever. For a more detailed answer please watch our last monthly webinar where our General Counsel, Amy Wan, addresses this question at the 24 minute 35 second mark.

    You can watch the webinar here:

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