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RealtyeVest Reduces Minimum Investment Amount for Real Estate Projects

RealtyeVest, a Florida-based real estate crowdfunding platform, lowered its minimum investment amount for real estate offerings to $5,000. Previously, the platform accepted between $15,000 and $50,000 from accredited investors depending on the type of real estate project.

The new amount is expected to attract first-time investors to the platform where they will experience high-caliber performance. RealtyeVest CEO, Daniel Summers says, “Our offerings generate returns ranging from 10 to 30 percent for our clients. Lowering the minimum investment amount will allow many more investors to experience the benefit of working with us.”

As a one-stop shop, RealtyeVest connects investors with residential and commercial real estate operators. The platform’s simple, transparent and secure digital dashboard enables investors to participate in exclusive high-return real estate investment opportunities including single-family, assisted living and affordable housing projects.

 

The new amount is expected to attract first-time investors to the platform where they will experience high-caliber performance.

The new amount is expected to attract first-time investors to the platform where they will experience high-caliber performance.

 

Summers also said, “We are seeing significant activity on our platform, however, we feel there is a corner of the market we are not appealing to. So we are offering investors a taste of our service with a new lowered investment amount for all projects. Once they see the quick return on their investments, they will no doubt want to increase their contribution amount.”

RealtyeVest offers debt finance and equity finance investment opportunities with issuers adding new projects on the platform weekly. The platform has a simple accreditation process that allows new investors to get accredited in just about 24 hours. It focuses on single family residential investments, low-income community properties, commercial real estate rehabilitation and affordable housing projects.

Source: Times Realty News

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