Recent tax legislation signed into law will provide new benefits to commercial real estate operators and investors. The significance of which has spurred industry interest in other pending legislative and regulatory on the horizon in 2018. Specifically, what federal capital markets reform recommendations and recently passed financial services legislation will mean to online real estate fundraising. This article aims to highlight those upcoming changes and how they will impact online commercial real estate investing.
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It’s important to note that there’s no such thing as a typical online CRE investor. Individuals come to our marketplace from all over the world and all walks of life. Some are veterans who have spent decades in the industry, while others have never really invested in anything and are looking to transform a sudden windfall into lasting wealth for their families. Still others have made fortunes building their businesses, and see a portfolio of passive CRE investments as a smart and relatively stress-free alternative to more active kinds of investment.
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