Real estate crowdfunding is a relatively new concept that is gaining steam among a broad range of investors looking to diversify their portfolios with the stable, income-producing asset class. But, as with most things, no two crowdfunding platforms are exactly alike — the various companies entering the fray differ widely in terms of investment offerings, minimum investment sizes and accreditation requirements.
To better understand the challenges facing the real estate crowdfunding market, Bisnow sat down with [Adam] Kaufman to discuss the growth and legitimization of real estate crowdfunding and strategies that players like ArborCrowd are employing to overcome the industry’s past stigma.
Commercial real estate crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd announced on Wednesday its latest investment opportunity for investors to acquire equity interests in Cove West Hartford, which is a 200-unit apartment community in West Hartford, Connecticut.
ArborCrowd (the “Company”), the only online platform that enables individuals to make equity investments in institutional-quality commercial real estate, announced today the opportunity for investors to acquire equity interests in Cove West Hartford (the “Property”), a 200-unit apartment community in West Hartford, Conn. The six-building complex is ideally situated just 2.5 miles from downtown Hartford and is poised to benefit from a value-add repositioning effort that will upgrade every apartment and reimagine its 12,000-square-foot clubhouse to provide sought-after amenities, and unlock further revenue potential.
ArborCrowd investors co-invest with a network of professional sponsors having an extensive knowledge base. Each deal is financed with different amount of contribution from sponsors ranging from 30% to 80% while the share of crowdfunding investors is dependent upon projected IRR of each project. The company has built strong relationships with industry leaders over the years as it has worked with institutional investors.
An apartment complex purchase this month in West Hartford, Connecticut, is the latest example of the growing use of commercial real estate crowdfunding, the raising of capital for properties through online investors.
ArborCrowd (the “Company”), the only online platform that enables individuals to make equity investments in institutional-quality commercial real estate, today announced its Southern States Multifamily Portfolio (SSMP) investment has been realized ahead of schedule, outpacing targeted return estimates.
NEW YORK – July 23, 2018 – ArborCrowd (the “Company”), the only online platform that enables individuals to make equity investments in institutional-quality commercial real estate, today announced its Southern States Multifamily Portfolio (SSMP) investment has been realized ahead of schedule, outpacing targeted return estimates. One of the properties in the portfolio is located in Mississippi and sold in late 2017. The two remaining properties, located in Alabama, recently sold. The aggregate portfolio sales price was $25.85 million, generating an internal rate of return (IRR) of over 29% for ArborCrowd investors.
Real estate crowdfunding is projected to grow to $300 billion by 2025. How has crowdfunding influenced real estate investing? Has it democratized real estate investing? What are the risks individual investors need to understand? And what does the Statue of Liberty have to do with crowdfunding? Adam Kaufman, co-founder and managing director of ArborCrowd, an online real estate crowdfunding platform, is our guest.
Crowdfunding real estate projects may not be a new concept, but ArborCrowd is putting its own spin on the sector, enabling individuals to make equity investments in institutional-quality multifamily properties alongside experienced dealmakers.
Did you miss the recent ArborCrowd and Multi-Housing News webinar? You can tune in now to hear Adam Kaufman, co-founder and managing director of ArborCrowd, and David Dent, senior research analyst at Yardi Matrix, give their takes on the state of the commercial real estate and crowdfunding industries in a conversation hosted by Suzann Silverman, editorial director of Multi-Housing News.
Adam Kaufman, co-founder and managing director at ArborCrowd, joins Michael Bull to discuss the benefits of using crowdfunding for real estate investing, what the process for crowdfunding looks like, minimum investments, tips for investors, and ArborCrowd investment opportunities.
NEW YORK – Feb. 22, 2018 – ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate crowdfunding company, announced the opportunity for investors to own equity interest in a multifamily property with tremendous upside potential. Tower on Ryan Park (the Property) is a 141-unit, high-rise property located in downtown Mobile, AL.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to become a property mogul using just your smartphone or computer? An exciting investment platform called ArborCrowd is making it possible to find out.
Real estate crowdfunding is a growing industry of great interest for realtors and investors. A report on Crowdfunding for Real Estate by crowdsourcing.org anticipated a $3.5 billion growth for real estate crowdfunding in 2016, and experts project that the industry will grow to over $300 billion by 2025.
The online commercial real estate company and crowdfunding platform is seeking investors for Quarry Station Apartments, an Alamo Heights community formerly known as The Crescent.
ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate company and crowdfunding platform is looking for investors in the Quarry Station Apartments in Alamo Heights.
An affiliate of Arbor Commercial Mortgage is raising equity for a San Antonio apartment, the fifth deal for its nascent crowdfunding business.
ArborCrowd is projecting returns of 16 to 19 percent for investors who take equity in Quarry Station Apartments in San Antonio.
SAN ANTONIO — Online commercial real estate firm ArborCrowd has offered investors an opportunity to own equity interests in Quarry Station Apartments, a 306-unit multifamily community in San Antonio’s Alamo Heights neighborhood.
NEW YORK – Sept. 26, 2017 – ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate company, announced the opportunity for investors to own equity interests in a multifamily property with tremendous upside potential. Quarry Station Apartments (the “Property”) is located in San Antonio, Texas in the desirable neighborhood of Alamo Heights.
Commercial real estate crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd announced on Tuesday it is now offering a $40.8 million multifamily real estate deal to investors. The property, Quarry Station Apartments, is located in San Antonio, Texas.
Pundits, analysts and everyday investors cite concerns over a potentially overheated stock, driving a demand for choosing other investment vehicles-such as real estate.
Online commercial real estate company ArborCrowd announced on Thursday it is now offering a new $69.7 million commercial real estate deal to investors.
NEW YORK – June 15, 2017 – ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate company, announced today a new real estate investment opportunity – known as the Lago Paradiso (the “Property”).
New York’s only real estate broadcast show – The Stoler Report – invited ArborCrowd Co-Founder Adam Kaufman to a discussion on how the real estate industry is evolving.
ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate company, is venturing beyond its home market of greater New York to offer accredited investors a piece of a multifamily portfolio in the southern United States.
ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate company, announced today a new real estate investment opportunity that is open to accredited investors. Known as the “Southern States Multifamily Portfolio,” this latest offering features three multifamily properties in Alabama and Mississippi.
National Real Estate Investor published an article by Adam Kaufman on how quickly the real estate crowdfunding industry is growing. He evaluates what factors will influence successful crowdfunding models.
ArborCrowd, an online commercial real estate company, announced today the addition of two strategic executive appointments, Kara Yi and Ethan Hays.
Join Adam Kaufman, Co-founder of ArborCrowd, and Brian Korn, Partner, Capital Markets at Manatt, Phelps & Phillipns LLP for National Real Estate Investor’s first-ever crowdfunding webinar. The program will examine why investment crowdfunding is taking the market by storm and offers a host of practical advice for those looking to become a part of the growing sector.
Arbor Commercial Mortgage (“Arbor”), an established leader involved in many facets of the real estate industry, today announced the public launch of its new company, ArborCrowd.
The CEO of Arbor Realty Trust, a Uniondale real estate investment trust, Thursday announced the launch of an online real estate crowdfunding business.
Arbor Commercial Mortgage, a leader involved in many facets of the real estate industry, announced the public launch of its new platform, ArborCrowd.
Powered by The Wharton School and hosted by distinguished real estate economics and professor Sam Chandan, this episode of The Real Estate Hour features ArborCrowd’s own Adam Kaufman and examines current trends in real estate crowdfunding and the multifamily sector.