None (out of 100+) Last year ranking: #24.
Review and Ranking
What is Money 360?
Money 360 appears to have exited the crowdfunding platform business. So it's ranking as a crowdfunding platform is being removed. Please note that an upcoming review of their fund offering is in the works.
Their last review is kept here for historical purposes.
Money 360 specializes in commercial real estate debt.
However, their investment volume is low. We hope to see the company improve this in the future. Also they did not answer all of our questions.
Advantages: Difficult to assess.
Disadvantages: Low investment volume.
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Ian was impressed by the potential of real estate crowdfunding, but frustrated by the lack of quality site reviews and investment analysis. He created The Real Estate Crowdfunding Review to fill that gap.