StageLine of Credit - II | Alive
YieldStreet aims to change the way wealth is created by providing access to asset-based investments historically unavailable to most investors. YieldStreet allows users to participate in investment opportunities with low stock market correlation and target yields of 8-20%, across litigation finance, real estate and other alternative asset classes. YieldStreet was founded in 2015 and is based in New York, New York.
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Fractional Investing of U.S. Equities
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Startups in the space cover the residential and commercial real estate space with a focus on consumers. Categories include buying, selling and investing in real estate (iBuyers, marketplaces, investment/crowdfunding platforms), and also tenant experience, property management, et
A category of financial technology that is digitizing & streamlining the delivery of wealth management. Included: Startups that offer technology-enabled tools for active and passive wealth management for retail investors and advisors.
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Mar 20, 2023
March 21, 2023 - Advertisement - Real estate investing doesn’t have to be a headache. You don’t have to spend months researching properties, securing funding and finding tenants, and then continually managing the property yourself. With fractional real estate companies, you can invest small amounts of capital, giving you partial ownership in a property or properties. It is a great way to diversify your portfolio with an alternative investment (real estate), but in a way it is much easier than buying, renting and managing properties yourself. - Advertisement - 1. Fundraising Our Top Overall Pick Fundrise is our top pick in large part because it’s one of the most accessible fractional real estate companies out there. In fact, Fundrise’s Starter Account only requires a minimum deposit of $10 to get started. Plus, with 1% fees, you won’t be giving up most of your profit. - Advertisement - Another thing Fundrise has going for it is that it has been in existence since 2010, which is a bit longer than many of its competitors. It was essentially one of the first in the fractional real estate game. Ultimately, Fundrise has something for everyone. You can set the parameters as you wish, whether you are more oriented towards growth (price appreciation) or income (dividends). - Advertisement - pros Open to non-accredited investors Small minimum account size Many different account types Diversified by region and asset type Excellent mobile app and browser-based site Shortcoming Quite illiquid, meaning you can’t easily withdraw cash at any time, not ideal for short-term investments. Realty Mogul | Best for Income Investors Over 200,000 investors have used RealtyMogul since its launch in 2012, making it one of the older platforms alongside Fundrise. RealtyMogul has earned a solid track record in large part due to its commitment to due diligence. RealtyMogul targets undervalued properties or existing leases and then works with partners who have extensive experience in the real estate markets. Investors can choose one of three focuses: diversification, growth or passive income. pros Shortcoming Each investment comes with different fees. Investments are quite illiquid. Some have extended hold periods. CrowdStreet | Best for Accredited Investors CrowdStreet appeals to many investors from across the US, over 100,000 in fact. It provides direct access to a carefully curated portfolio of real estate. A highly organized company, CrowdStreet offers fractional and outright ownership of real estate to accredited investors. Founded in 2014 in Portland, Oregon, CrowdStreet has offered over 500 commercial real estate investment opportunities, and more than 60 of them have been fully realized. pros Shortcoming Accredited Investors Only High Investment Minimum No Early Withdrawals 4. Equity Multiple | Best variety of investment opportunities EquityMultiple focuses primarily on providing fractional real estate opportunities for commercial and institutional real estate. There are also preferred equity, senior debt and equity investments. EquityMultiple is serious about expanding its offerings, and its most recent products include tax-advantaged real estate (1031 exchanges and opportunity zones), as well as funds. Delivery varies depending on the product, but they are usually monthly or quarterly. At this time, EquityMultiple is only for accredited investors. pros Shortcoming Accredited investors only High minimum investment Redemption options are limited5. YieldStreet | Best for real estate and other alternative investments YieldStreet not only provides real estate investment opportunities but also other alternative investments. This makes it a unique platform which can be like a “one-stop shop” for your alternative investment needs. Currently, you can invest in real estate as well as maritime, legal and art investments as well as commercial and consumer finance offerings. While it primarily targets accredited investors ($500 investment minimum), the YieldStreet Prism Fund is available to non-accredited investors (with the same account minimum). pros It provides access to a range of alternative investments Privately structured credit deals open to individual investors Non-accredited investors are also welcome Each investment is backed by tangible assets Easy to use online or with an app Shortcoming Investments are illiquid Only accredited investors have access to most of its investments Largely exorbitant fees Customer ratings and consumer complaints raise concerns. acretrader | Best for Agricultural Land Investment AcreTrader is a partial real estate company focused solely on farm land real estate. In case you didn’t know, this often overlooked real estate has historically provided steady returns. It is also not correlated to any other index, which is exactly what you want in alternative investments. With AcreTrader, income comes through rent payments and/or price increases paid by farmers. Minimum investments range from $10,000 to $25,000. At the time of writing, it is only open to accredited investors. pros AcreTrader manages all aspects of agricultural land ownership and leasing for historical returns in the 7-9% range. Shortcoming Only accredited investors welcome A limited number of new offerings Relatively illiquid7. First National Realty Partners (FNRP) | Best for Commercial Real Estate First National Realty Partners (FNRP) may be the last fractional real estate company on our list, but it’s still a great option. Open to accredited investors, FNRP focuses on grocery-anchored commercial real estate. Established in 2015 in New Jersey, FNRP offers individual assets as well as funds into which investors can allocate their capital. The holding period for their flagship Opportunity Fund ranges between three to seven years. pros Clear and consistent asset acquisition criteria Tenant relationships with grocery chains and major retail This supports simple diversification of fund options Shortcoming A relatively high minimum investmentAccredited Investors Only website can be difficult to navigate Investors today are fortunate to have a variety of convenient fractional real estate companies to choose from. Whether you are interested in investing in farm, commercial, or residential real estate, there is a platform for you. Our breakdown above should give you a good idea of the major crowdfunded real estate platforms, and which one might be best for you. Related Real Estate Investment Reviews:
YieldStreet Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was YieldStreet founded?
YieldStreet was founded in 2015.
Where is YieldStreet's headquarters?
YieldStreet's headquarters is located at 300 Park Avenue, New York.
What is YieldStreet's latest funding round?
YieldStreet's latest funding round is Line of Credit - II.
How much did YieldStreet raise?
YieldStreet raised a total of $328.5M.
Who are the investors of YieldStreet?
Investors of YieldStreet include Monroe Capital, Mayfair Equity Partners, Expansion VC, The Raine Group, Greenspring Associates and 13 more.
Who are YieldStreet's competitors?
Competitors of YieldStreet include Finitive, Percent, OurCrowd, SeedInvest, CrowdStreet and 16 more.
What products does YieldStreet offer?
YieldStreet's products include Fractional Investing of U.S. Equities and 4 more.
Who are YieldStreet's customers?
Customers of YieldStreet include Goalsetter, Glen Eagle Advisors and Grupo Bursátil Mexicano (GBM).
Compare YieldStreet to Competitors
Fundrise is an online investment management platform for commercial real estate. Fundrise and its affiliate, Popularise, a real estate crowdsourcing website, continue to transform traditional development by giving community members the power to participate and invest in local real estate.
Realty Mogul is crowdfunding for real estate, a marketplace for accredited investors to pool money online and buy shares of real property such as office buildings, apartment buildings and retail centers. Realty Mogul provides investors with tools to browse investments, conduct due diligence, invest online and track the performance of their investments 24/7 through an online investor dashboard.
Cadre operates a data-centric investing platform that uses predictive models and workflow tools to reengineer the investment experience. It offers commercial real estate investing for individuals, advisors, and institutions. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in New York, New York.
Roofstock runs an online marketplace where retail and institutional investors can buy and sell rental homes in the United States. It also identifies local property managers to help new owners manage their homes. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Oakland, California.
CrowdStreet offers an online, commercial real estate investment marketplace. The company's solutions allow real estate developers and operators to accelerate their fundraising processes while achieving enhanced visibility and control over all aspects of investor relations and life-cycle management. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Austin, Texas.
PeerStreet is an investment platform focused on democratizing access to real estate debt. The company provides investments in short term, real estate backed loans. PeerStreet allows investors to diversify their capital in an asset class that has been traditionally difficult to access. Loans are sourced and curated from vetted private lenders throughout the United States who have real estate knowledge and borrower relationships. The model allows for more borrowers to access capital and improve their local communities, one house at a time.
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