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Online real estate investing platforms (frequently called “crowdfunding” platforms) are becoming a common way for real estate operators and sponsors to raise equity capital for various types of real estate assets. This article discusses several topics that lenders should consider when making loans to borrowers that are indirectly funded using crowdfunded equity.
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