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ArborCrowd, the first crowdfunding platform launched by a real estate institution, announced a new offering that allows investors to acquire equity interests in the Sioux Falls Multifamily Portfolio, a collection of class-B apartment communities located in Sioux Falls, S.D.

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ArborCrowd, the first crowdfunding platform launched by a real estate institution, today announced a new offering that allows investors to acquire equity interests in the Sioux Falls Multifamily Portfolio, a collection of class-B apartment communities located in Sioux Falls, S.D. The properties exhibit strong upside potential due to Sioux Falls’ sound multifamily real estate fundamentals and notable lack of professionally managed workforce housing product.

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Commercial real estate crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd announced on Thursday the launch of its new offering that allows investors to acquire equity interests in the Sioux Falls Multifamily Portfolio, a collection of class-B apartment communities located in Sioux Falls, S.D.

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Arbor Commercial Mortgage and its crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd have joined forces to finance Tzadik Management’s 707-unit multifamily portfolio in Sioux Falls, S.D., Commercial Observer has learned.

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ArborCrowd is part of a group of companies which includes Arbor Realty Trust (NYSE: ABR), a publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT). ArborCrowd prides itself on its selectivity claiming that out of 500+ deals screened in the past year only 7 were selected for their investment offerings. Quality over quantity.

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Crowdfunding platforms, like most real estate investors, are becoming more judicious in what they pursue, in light of the potential for higher rates. Take ArborCrowd for example, which was launched in 2017 by Arbor Commercial Mortgage, a Uniondale, New York apartment specialist. It’s raised roughly $20 million for seven transactions, but has passed on what co-founder Adam Kaufman said was hundreds of deals.

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ArborCrowd markets one deal at a time and writes a check upfront, which allows a property’s sponsor to close quickly on its acquisition. ArborCrowd then offers interests in the investment vehicle through its platform to accredited investors under Rule 506(c), with minimum individual investments of $25,000.

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The real estate crowdfunding industry is young, rife with opportunistic tech entrepreneurs and flush with venture capital. Combined with a strong U.S. economy and a growing desire among individuals for greater exposure to alternative investments, it’s easy to see why real estate crowdfunding has rapidly grown into a multi-billion-dollar industry since the passage of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act of 2012.

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Interestingly, the co-founder of ArborCrowd thinks that there will be more of this to come. At the moment there are a dizzying array of companies that will take your money to buy property. The market will eventually weed out the weak ones and give the victors the spoils of the deceased.

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Real Estate Crowdfunding Pros Respond to RealtyShares’ Troubles National Real Estate Investor November 20, 2018

The crumbling of commercial real estate crowdfunding platform RealtyShares undoubtedly rattled some of its investors. But executives with RealtyShares competitors say this setback doesn’t represent an industry earthquake and shouldn’t shake investors’ confidence in the sector.

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