Full Capital Stack 2020
Review and Ranking
What is Full Capital Stack?
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This company appears to have exited the crowdfunding platform market in favor of creating private-label solutions for individual sponsors. So it's crowdfunding platform ranking has been removed. It's previous review is below for historical purposes.
Full Capital Stack offers both commercial and residential debt and equity investments. It also has both fund and direct investments.
However, Full Capital Stack accepts any investment sponsor and does not do any due diligence or qualifying on behalf of investors. We believe that both investors and sponsors must be protected to have a successful marketplace. We hope that the company changes this policy in the future.
Advantages: Variety of investments.
Disadvantages: No due diligence qualifying of sponsors/investments. Minimums are high at $25,000 (versus $10,000 average).
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