We’ve all heard of, or perhaps even participated in, crowdfunding ventures. From Kickstarter projects, to GoFundMe endeavors from the complex to the mundane, enterprising businesspeople are turning to new ways to come up with cash.
- RealtyShares has brought crowdfunding to real estate.
- The company has a hyperlocal focus for 2016: Miami and Chicago are part of that new initiative.
- Investors can get into the game for as little as little as $5,000; developers can get funding in about four days.