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This episode is sponsored by Urban Catalyst.
Sometimes when it comes to real estate investment, caution is a very good thing. Adam Kaufman is a co-founder and the COO of ArborCrowd and is an authority on commercial real estate and crowdfunding. He takes a cautious and methodical approach to real estate crowdfunding. ArborCrowd is part of the Arbor family of companies which includes the Arbor Realty Trust, a publicly traded commercial mortgage real estate investment trust. You can read the review of ArborCrowd on the Millionacres website.
0:00 Introduction to ArborCrowd
1:23 ArborCrowd's reaction to the pandemic
2:50 Adam Kaufman on a methodical approach to investing
3:48 What makes a deal a "no go"?
5:56 The value of skin in the game
7:06 Explaining the sponsor promote to investors
8:36 Real estate crowdfunding's future
10:13 Why sponsors are hesitant about crowdfunding
12:19 The current deal acceleration
13:31 ArborCrowd and the Arbor Group of companies
18:13 The rules around accreditation
20:39 What does transparency mean for ArborCrowd?
22:10 What to do if you don't understand a deal
23:29 The value of sponsor communication
25:15 The impact of climate change on real estate crowdfunding
26:05 Interesting markets and sectors
26:40 Impact of remote work
27:46 Workforce housing trends
28:58 Opportunity zones
30:59 Interest rates and inflation