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84 William St, NY and 1400 N. Orleans St, Chicago (Google Maps, iStock)
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Prodigy Network files for bankruptcy as lawsuits mount

The beleaguered real estate crowdfunding company Prodigy Network filed for bankruptcy on Thursday as lawsuits pile up and its...

Prodigy Network files for bankruptcy as lawsuits mount
The 5,400-square-foot McMansion in Colts Neck, New Jersey (Photos via Robert DeFalco Realty)
Weekend Edition

It’s Christmas every day at this New Jersey home

Ho, ho, ho … ly crap, that’s a lot of Christmas decorations. A 5,400-square-foot McMansion that’s currently listed for...

It’s Christmas every day at this New Jersey home
While the amount of crowdfunded real estate deals on offer has declined substantially in recent months, demand is strong for those investment opportunities that remain, such as the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore (iStock, Google Maps)
National

Small investors swarm crowdfunding real estate deals

It’s not just large investment funds that are seeking out buying opportunities during the coronavirus crisis. Thousands of individual...

Small investors swarm crowdfunding real estate deals
Rodrigo Niño (Credit: Prodigy Network)
National

Real estate crowdfunding pioneer Rodrigo Niño dies

Rodrigo Niño, who went from selling condos at Trump Soho to founding a high-profile New York crowdfunding platform, has...

Real estate crowdfunding pioneer Rodrigo Niño dies
CrowdStreet CEO Tore Steen (Credit: iStock)
National

CrowdStreet hits $1B milestone, crowdfunding firm claims

CrowdStreet said it has raised over $1 billion for commercial real estate deals through its online crowdfunding platform. The...

CrowdStreet hits $1B milestone, crowdfunding firm claims
Cadre founder Ryan Williams and Allen Smith
National

Cadre brings on former Four Seasons CEO as president

Real estate investment startup Cadre has hired Allen Smith, the former CEO of Four Seasons, as its president. Smith...

Cadre brings on former Four Seasons CEO as president
As crowdfunding startups rethink their business model, many are becoming more like traditional real estate investment firms (Credit: iStock)
National

To survive, crowdfunding firms are remaking themselves

Starting in 2012, a wave of crowdfunding startups sought to take advantage of new regulations to revolutionize real-estate investment...

To survive, crowdfunding firms are remaking themselves
Crowdfunding: Crowded out?
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Crowdfunding: Crowded out?

Crowdfunding was once touted as the next big thing — a way for average investors to get into the lucrative world of real estate and a way for platforms to tap a new spigot...

Crowdfunding: Crowded out?
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