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iGlobal Forum to Host 4th Real Estate Crowdfunding Summit

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iGlobal Forum to Host 4th Real Estate Crowdfunding Summit

By: Baker Lynn

May 26, 2016

iGlobal Forum is pleased to present the 4th Real Estate Crowdfunding Summit, taking place in Los Angeles on Thursday, June 23. Allegiancy CEO Steve Sadler is among the speakers, featured on a panel taking on “DEMYSTIFYING THE NEW WORLD OF NON-ACCREDITED CROWDFUNDING.”

To view the complete agenda, click here. When registering, to save 10%, use discount code ALLEGIANCY.

Real estate crowdfunding is on a roll as the pool of potential investors has expanded exponentially with the addition of non-accredited investors to the mix. With all JOBS Act regulations now in effect, the ultimate question is whether we’re on track to realize the hopes and dreams of real estate crowdfunding, and what the future holds. Here we highlight the challenges and opportunities put forth with the new regulations, and analyze how to use each flavor of crowdfunding to find the best risk-adjusted returns within the real estate market. The Summit will explore what each side of the industry is looking for from the platforms, and ask the question on everyone’s mind: how will they respond in a downturn market? The event will provide the opportunity to meet and network with 150+ senior-level executives from leading: real estate developers & owners, crowdfunding platforms, private equity firms, hedge funds, family offices, broker/dealers, RIAs, investment banks, institutional investors, asset managers, and high-net-worth individuals.

Key Topics to be Covered:

  • Keynote interview highlighting expectations, opportunities, and the impact of crowdfunding on real estate
  • The promise and challenges associated with unaccredited crowdfunding and Reg A+
  • Exploring the different flavors of real estate crowdfunding and when each is most appropriate
  • Market and sector focus of specialized platforms and where investors are finding the best risk-adjusted returns
  • How to most effectively utilize online tools and fundraising platformsto promote your project
  • A live analysis of current crowdfunding deals, and their prospects in the online marketplace
  • Outlook for the future of crowdfunding, and how platforms are preparing for a potential downturn.

 

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