Through real estate crowfunding it is possible to be a shareholder of a house in Detroit and receive a direct income from the rental agreement made by the Federal Government of the United States.
Many young technology experts and entrepreneurs are coming to Detroit, not only because of the low cost of living (to get an idea, in San Francisco Bay is 93% more expensive) but because of the opportunity to make a difference within new companies, especially those focused on mobility, where the automotive industry and technology merge.
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Article from Mariano Gorodisch
Sofía Gancedo, the Argentinean who founded a real estate crowfunding platform and is going for a US$ 100 million megafund.
The system uses an algorithm of 3,000 data points, which looks for investment opportunities where there may be appreciation. "Each property has an estimated annual rental return of between 7% …