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New Platform to Offer Pre-Vetted Real Estate Deals in the Midwest and Central United States as Region’s Economy Bounces Back

“Loquidity, a debt and equity real estate crowdfunding platform, today announced the launch of its digital marketplace for premier real estate assets in the Central and Midwestern U.S. The new platform will enable real estate professionals to publicly advertise their pre-vetted deals as legalized by the 2012 JOBS Act, and provide accredited investors unparalleled access to some of the fastest-growing real estate markets in the country. The platform’s launch allows investors to capitalize on the Midwest’s continued economic recovery, including lower unemployment rates and increased manufacturing activity, helping drive strong demand for multifamily and commercial property development.”

Loquidity Launches New Real Estate Crowdfunding Platform

“Grand Rapids based Loquidity, a debt and equity real estate crowdfunding platform, has fired up its digital marketplace for premier real estate assets initially targeting the Central and Midwestern U.S. The new platform will enable real estate professionals to publicly advertise their pre-vetted deals and provide accredited investors access to some of the fastest-growing real estate markets in the country. The platform’s launch allows investors to capitalize on Leonard Oaks Apartments the Midwest’s continued economic recovery, including lower unemployment rates and increased manufacturing activity, helping drive strong demand for multifamily and commercial property development.”

Startup opens real estate crowdfunding platform

“A startup has launched a digital marketplace for real estate investors to crowdfund projects. Loquidity in Grand Rapids said this week that it has opened its crowdfunding platform for Midwest projects, specializing in multi-family and commercial properties. Although many investors are looking for multi-family real estate, Loquidity will also feature retail, office and industrial real estate.”

Loquidity Provides Investors Access to Burgeoning Real Estate Markets Through New Online Platform

“Loquidity (www.loquidity.com), a debt and equity real estate crowdfunding platform, today announced the launch of its digital marketplace for premier real estate assets in the Central and Midwestern U.S. The new platform will enable real estate professionals to publicly advertise their pre-vetted deals as legalized by the 2012 JOBS Act, and provide accredited investors unparalleled access to some of the fastest-growing real estate markets in the country. The platform’s launch allows investors to capitalize on the Midwest’s continued economic recovery, including lower unemployment rates and increased manufacturing activity, helping drive strong demand for multifamily and commercial property development.”

Midwest Crowdfunding Platform Launches

“GRAND RAPIDS, MI—Commercial real estate projects in the Midwest region sometimes have to fight to gain the attention of investors, while at the same time, it seems there is never a shortage of equity or debt available for projects on the coasts or in gateway cities. But Joe Elias tells GlobeSt.com that with the Midwestern economy beginning to take flight, opportunities abound, and that utilizing online crowdfunding platforms will help bring in the needed dollars.”

Grand Rapids-based Crowdfunding Portal to Focus on Multi-family Housing in Michigan, Midwest

“Frustrated with traditional real estate investment models, a pair of Grand Rapids-based investors formed a new platform that will help them and other investors tap into the crowd to fund deals.

The result is Loquidity LLC, a Grand Rapids-based online crowdfunding portal that was scheduled to go live today and host potential deals in Michigan and around the Midwest, said co-founder and CEO Jesse Clem, a real estate investor in West Michigan for the last seven years.”

Crowdfunding Platform Created to Fund West Michigan Real Estate investments

“Partners Joe Elias and Jesse Clem hope to raise $1.4 million from investors to renovate the Leonard Oaks Apartments, a 72-unit apartment complex they have a contract to buy for $2.85 million. It’s the first of multiple deals they hope to fund through the online platform.”