Non-Accredited investors in Tampa Real Estate Investing
Crowdsourcing real estate deals for Tampa Real Estate Investing is now beginning on a smaller investment scale. In some cases, with as little as $100, a resident of a particular state may become a real estate investor. The SEC just voted on and passed rules to implement Title III of the JOBS Act, bringing non-accredited investors into the fold for equity crowdfunding.
Prior to the bill, you used to have a net worth of over $1,000,000 in assets or have an income of at least $200,000 per year. The new ACT lowers the barriers to entry and gives more people ACCESS to real estate investment deals for Tampa Real Estate Investing.
Web sites are beginning to pop up where you could sign up for an account, and invest in ‘shares’ of an investment property. You would technically own a part of the property in Tampa Real Estate Investing and would be due part of the return on the investment. Investing in real estate this way has a lot of upside including high leverage, high return on capital, investment collateral and a relatively safe investment.
However, downside risk comes from market fluctuations and lack of liquidity in case you wanted to sell your investment. In other words, if the market dived and you wanted to get out of your investment, you might not be able to.
The biggest risk might actually be the reputability of the real estate agency you are using. As there is a potential for fraud in your Tampa Real Estate Investing.
One example from Wikipedia is Fundrise is an American real estate crowdfunding platform. It facilitates transactions from individuals, allowing them to invest in real estate projects with initial investments starting at $1,000 and up to $10 million. It has been labeled as the first company to successfully crowdfund investment into the real estate market.