When money is borrowed, an interest rate is usually attached to the principal sum. Essentially, an interest rate is the price or cost for the “use” of money between a borrower and a lender. It is often expressed as a percentage of the principal. For example, if you were to borrow $1,000 from a lender,…
A Better Way to Invest in Real Estate
Access to Loquidity’s online platform is free and secure. Simply create an account to become part of the real estate investment community.
Evaluate detailed profiles of our exclusive investment opportunities anytime, anywhere, to determine which projects are right for you.
We enable you to complete your entire investment transaction online. Sign documents and transfer funds easily and confidentially.
Watch It Grow
Once invested, sit back and monitor the project, our service, and your investment returns through your private, online account.
BUILD A PORTFOLIO OF SOLID REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Whether you are new to real estate or an experienced investor, when you invest in our local real estate offerings you invest in community while getting a financial return.
Real estate investments aren’t stocks or bonds, and they don’t behave like them either. It’s nice to be able to see what you own and even better when your assets provide portfolio diversification and cash flow.
Most investors ask themselves, “is this a good investment opportunity?” We ask ourselves the same question and dedicate a lot of time to understand the answer. Fortunately, every opportunity that makes it to the Loquidity platform has passed our formal due diligence and underwriting process. Our process can be outlined in the following 3 steps:
Our team completes a thorough background check on every sponsor opportunity we receive as part of our proprietary due diligence process.
We also give careful consideration to a potential Sponsor’s deal history to further understand the probability of success for the proposed project.
Finally, we put each specific opportunity through our multi-step valuation process to ensure the project is a good fit for our Loquidity investors.
FAST, EFFICIENT & PROFESSIONAL
All of these categories are rated and given a cumulative “grade” in relation to overall past real estate investment projects and with respect to the particular opportunity being offered to the Loquidity platform. Our goal as a company is to be as fully transparent as possible for all of our investment opportunities. We encourage all potential investors to review the documents that accompany our investments and ask questions. After all, we are here to help you to feel as comfortable as possible when deciding to invest your hard earned money in one of our projects.
What We Offer Sponsors
Grow your portfolio with other enthusiastic investors who also want to help build their communities.
Raise Funds Quickly
We provide a fast and efficient way to raise debt or equity capital for qualified opportunities.
Leverage The Crowd To Raise Funds
Our database of strong and able investors are eager to invest in great opportunities in their communities.
Our seasoned real estate, finance and technology team provide a full service platform that manages all communication, reporting and documentation for all our investors and sponsors.
At Loquidity, we believe in constant learning. We value curious minds and the pursuit of knowledge. The financial world can be complicated, which is why we created our investor learning center. To help ease the real estate investment learning curve, we have compiled a series of topics we believe are essential to familiarize yourself with. In our University section, you will find topics such as asset allocation, risk/return and valuation. Spend some time here, and we promise you will be glad you did. As always, we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have.
General Questions About Loquidity We know that savvy investors want to thoroughly understand the online investing process before jumping in with both feet or even just dipping a toe. Below are answers to frequently asked questions about real estate investing, due diligence and raising capital through Loquidity. If your question isn’t answered here, please feel…
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) defines a broker-dealer as “a person or company that is in the business of buying and selling securities—stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other certain investment products—on behalf its customers (broker), for its own account (dealer), or both. Individuals who work for broker-dealers—the sales personnel whom most people call brokers—are…