Top 100+ Real Estate Crowdfunding Sites
2019 Rankings and Reviews

(for accredited investors)

(Note:If you're not an accredited investor, click here for the non-accredited 2019 rankings.).

There are over 100 real estate crowdfunding sites to choose from. But too many suffer from poor investor protections, inadequate volume and/or hidden fees.  So how do you find the gems, and avoid making an expensive mistake?

 

These rankings and reviews are the answer. They took 3 months of deep research and analysis to create back in 2015 and many more months each year since, to maintain. We've interviewed principals, account reps, and support staff. We've pored through reams of legal documents, and investment contracts. And we've interviewed actual investors to cut through the marketing hype and get to the real dealBelow are the results. (And the detailed site by site comparison matrix is, here).

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Latest Update


It's been another earthquake of a year. 13 sites in the former top 25 have fallen completely out of the rankings due to abandoning their business model or challenges. 5 sites have improved tremendously with substantially increased volume, and a few of these that were lower ranked have leaped up the charts as well.
 

All data is believed to be correct, but may have mistakes. Please contact us if you notice any errors. All non-data (including rankings, investor comment summaries, analysis etc.) are my opinion only. I'm an investor and not an attorney, accountant, or certified financial advisor. To maintain neutrality, I am not compensated by any of the reviewed sites for links, or in any other way.

Tier 1: Best of the Best (10 out of 10 stars)

These sites have it all: High transparency, co-investment,  pre-funding, high-volume, average to low fees, excellent bankruptcy protection, strong administration and customer service, and strong financial backing.

 

None. No site has all these features yet, but we hope that will change by the time of our next review.

 

Tier 2: All-Stars (7-9 out of 10 stars)

These sites are all extremely strong in the majority of the fundamentals that are most important to investors.

1) Peer Street
2) Crowd Street
3)
FundThatFlip
4) 1031 Crowdfunding
*5)
Arbor Crowd
*5) Real Crowd

Tier 3: Contenders (6 out of 10 stars)

These sites are a step below the previous tier, but still have one or more key/strong features that makes them worthy of consideration.

*6) Carlton Crowdfund
*6) ShareStates

*7) Roofstock
*7) Zeus Crowdfunding

*These sites are tied, and tied sites are shown in alphabetical order
 

Tier 4: Up-And-Coming + On-probation (3-5 out of 10 stars)

There are 2 types of sites in this category. The 1st are up-and-coming sites that may not be as polished as competitors but have some sort of promise or potential for the future. The 2nd are sites that did well in last year's rankings, but since then have had substantial investor complaints, decreasing volume or other challenges.

8) SBRE Funds (up-and-coming)

9) Now Vacant

10) Equity Multiple (up-and-coming)

10) First Real Fund (up-and-coming)

10) Yield Street (up-and-coming and investor complaints probation)

11) Realty Mogul (volume probation)

12) C.K. Mack (up-and-coming)

13) LendingHome (investor complaints probation)

14) (currently empty)
15)
Alpha Flow (up-and-coming)

16) Currently vacant due to downgrade

17) Holdfolio (up-and-coming)

18) CityVest (up-and-coming)

19) Wilson Investment Properties (up-and-coming)

Tier 5: The Exited and the Challenged (1 out of 10 stars)

Some of these sites have switched business models and exited the accredited investor market or the entire real estate crowdfunding platform business. Others have had a legal, financial, volume, investor complaints or other challenges to deal with.

*) Prodigy Network (investor and ex coo complaints challenged, volume challenged)

*) Early Shares (volume challenged)

*Peer Realty (volume challenged)

*) TripleNetZeroDebt (volume challenged)

*) IncomeAnd (model challenges)
*) Diversy Fund (legal challenges with v1.0 of company--CCCG DBA DiversyFund)

*) Patch of Land (investor complaint challenged)

*) Cadre (would not answer public questions)

*) Instalend (SEC lawsuit alleging fraud)
*) iFunding (exited via bankruptcy)

*) Acquire Real Estate (volume challenged and then exited)

*) Fundrise (exited accredited investor market)

*) Groundbreaker (exited platform market)

* ) Money 360 (exited platform market)
*) Full Capital Stack (exited platform market)

*) Crowd Flipr (shut down)

*) CityFunders (shut down)

) Realty Shares (investor complaints probation. Now shut down)

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*All Exited and Challenged are no longer ranked.

 
 
 
 
 
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Tier 6: Bottom Tier

These 80+ sites failed to meet one or more of the basic criteria, to qualify for ranking at this time. The reason(s) is/are documented in the feature by feature comparison matrix. They are listed in alphabetical order.

 

ACrowdfundingRealEstate.com
AmericanColonialCapital.com
BecoVillage.com
BlackHawkCorp.com
BlockShares.com
Cadre.com
Coassets.com
CreativeEquityGroup.com
CreEquity.com
CrowdFund.co
CrowdfundsRealEstate.com
CrowdPad.co
CrowdTranche.com
CrowdTrustDeed.com
CrowdVenture.com
CrowdVested.com
Deitscho.com
Endvest.com
Equidy.com
EquityHunt.com
EquityNet.com
EquityRoots.com
Flipping4Profit.com
FundingRoots.com
GlobalGroupFund.com
HomeFunded.com
HomeUnion.com
HotelInnvestor.com
iCapRate.com
InvestPeer.com
LendZoan.com
Loquidity.com
MacroCrowd.com
MassVenture.com
MultiFamilyInvestment.com
MyGroundBreaker.com
OpenSourceCap.com
Ourst.co
Propellr.com
PropertyPeers.com
Property-Pool.com
PropFunds.com
RazrVentures.com
RealCircle.com
RealConnex.com
RealLiquidity.myinstapage.com
Realtycrowdfunding.com
RealtyXE.com
Reamerge.com
Selequity.com
SmallChange.com
TerraFunda.com
TheCrowdCafe.com
TheNNNCrowd.com
YieldCrowd.com

 
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