A real estate crowdfunding website, WakeReal, is offering to pay up to $2,000 a month to anyone who wants to start crowdfunding their own real estate property.
The site, which launched in December, is one of a growing number of real estate start-ups that are trying to raise funds for their businesses.
The founder, Nick Holmes, said the site was about bringing people together to raise money for their properties, rather than raising money themselves.
“I think there’s a lot of people who have been frustrated and disappointed with what they’ve seen over the last couple of years,” Mr Holmes said.
“It’s not necessarily about what you make, it’s about what people want to buy.” “
The site allows investors to purchase their properties online, which they can then rent out to potential buyers. “
It’s not necessarily about what you make, it’s about what people want to buy.”
The site allows investors to purchase their properties online, which they can then rent out to potential buyers.
If you want to start your own property, you can use WakeReal’s virtual auction process.
The website, which began in December as a way for individuals to make money while they wait for their property to be built, is a good place to start The founders of WakeReal are also looking to raise a lot extra money.
They are currently raising $1.5 million from investors in a crowdsale.
“In order to raise enough money, we need to be able to make it through the next two months,” Mr Holmes said.
They have already raised $2.4 million in the past month, he said.
Mr Holmes is also running a fundraiser for the local New York community that he hopes will raise $5 million.
“The New York Community Fund is a small community in a rural area that has a real estate development company that’s been working on this site,” he said, adding the community will be looking to secure $10 million in funding for their community building initiative.
“If people can’t contribute money directly to the project, we’ll be able, we’re going to do the work.”
The project is expected to be finished by September, he added.
“So this is the next big thing, the next really big thing.”
The real estate marketplace WakeReal has attracted more than 1.2 million users since it launched in October.
Mr Holms said that he was not worried about being overwhelmed by the demand for real estate.
“People are going to be happy to come to the site and see what they’re looking for and it’s not just one price.” “
They’ll get the information, they won’t have to pay a lot,” he added, adding that there was also a lot for people to do.
“People are going to be happy to come to the site and see what they’re looking for and it’s not just one price.”
He said WakeReal was aiming to build a community of like-minded people, but also help the community get to know each other.
“This is about bringing everyone together,” he told ABC News.
“Everyone is going to get a lot out of it.”
Mr Holmes added that WakeReal is not trying to be a pyramid scheme.
“That’s what we’re trying to do.” “
But the idea is that it’s going to work in a community, rather then just one person, where you’re looking to buy something, it just takes time,” he explained.
“That’s what we’re trying to do.”
WakeReal launched its virtual auction system last month.
The company’s founder said the system would allow people to bid on their property, rent it out to others, or sell it for a profit.
MrHolmes said the first property was built for a friend of his, and that it had been the most successful property ever built.
“And this was when we had a lot less money, it was a really big mistake,” he joked.
“What I love about this is it lets people go out there and have fun.”
For more information about WakeReal: WakeReal can be accessed on the WakeReal website.
The Real Estate Council of New Zealand also has a section on WakeReal for anyone interested in building a property, and they also recommend WakeReal to people looking to start their own property.
Mr and Mrs Holmes said the realisation of the opportunity to get involved with real estate was a great way to keep themselves busy and boost their own business.
“Being involved with WakeReal will allow us to continue to be productive, which is great because our businesses are not very large,” they said.
The founders said they were excited to be part of the realtor community.
“At the end of the day, what we’ve got is a real asset,” they told ABC New Zealand.
“As realtors we’re the people who get to sell that property, so it