Skip to content

Fintech Beat explores a new way of investing in real estate

Fintech Beat, Ep. 18

A for sale sign advertising a row house on Constitution Avenue, NE, is pictured on Monday, August 26, 2019, in Washington D.C. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)
A for sale sign advertising a row house on Constitution Avenue, NE, is pictured on Monday, August 26, 2019, in Washington D.C. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Real-estate investing isn’t just for the rich anymore.  Now, it’s possible for anyone to buy pieces of real estate from New York to Los Angeles on a phone. Fintech Beat talks with the CEO of Fundrise, a leading real estate crowdfunding platform, about radical changes coming to investing, and what an economic slowdown could mean.

 

Show Notes:

Recent Stories

Total eclipse of the Hart (and Russell buildings) — Congressional Hits and Misses

House plans to send Mayorkas impeachment articles to Senate on Tuesday

Harris sticks with Agriculture spending, Amodei likely to head DHS panel

Editor’s Note: What passes for normal in Congress

House approves surveillance authority reauthorization bill

White House rattles its saber with warnings to Iran, China about attacking US allies