Crowdfunding is a type of business investment and funds sourcing via capital financing. It has revolutionised the marketplace across the world, enabling entrepreneurs and inventors to launch projects that previously would have been near impossible to get off the ground.It’s also opened a new opportunity for everyday investors to play the part of venture capitalists, and get behind projects that they’re passionate about.
Investment based Crowdfunding platforms are an important alternative source of financing for small, mid-size and large startups, and new property developments in Australia.
CrowdfundUP offers a wide selection of capital and finance sources via an extensive investor database and online technology platform. Our funding sources include International Institutional funding groups, private lending and family offices, Clients of our partners BDO, high net worth individuals and retail Investors. Our technology allows for the platform to match your project or loan to the most suitable source of funds in a matter of hours.
So before reaching out to a new capital partner or applying for a loan or finance, take a close look at the leading crowdfunding platforms to see if this new strategy can help you achieve your business goals.
"We have completed successful capital raises for our property development projects via CrowdfundUP. The innovative and professional platform has provided access to an alternative funding source we would otherwise not have access to. We are excited to continue working with CrowdfundUP on raising capital for our property development projects in the future."
With crowdsourced funding, commercial property finance made easy. Please contact CrowdfundUP team, we specialise in financing commercial property finance right across Australia.
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