Research shows crowdfunding successful alternative to buying property
Research by the University of South Australia has revealed that crowdfunding can help would-be investors enter into property markets.
Dr Braam Lowies, lead researcher, said the study showed crowdfunding could provide first-time investors with the chance to get their foot in the door into the market.
Released in the Property Crowdfunding Australian Investor Perspectives 2016/17 report, developed in partnership with crowdfunding platform DomaCom, investors looking into property crowdfunding can expect a long-term investment, which offers low to medium risk and yields low to medium returns.
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