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FI Grad Realty Mogul’s users invest over $14.6 million in real estate, featured on TechCrunch

Posted by Joe Garza on 2014-03-19

After only their first year in business, Realty Mogul's users have invested more than $14.6 million in real estate worth $100 million in properties that have been backed through their platform. The story was covered by Anothny Ha on TechCrunch.

Jilliene Helman, the Founder and CEO of Realty Mogul, is a Graduate of the Los Angeles Founder Institute.

Despite being in business for only about a year, Realty Mogul has grown considerably, representing 58 properties located in 14 states. Their goal is to make real estate investment more accessible to accredited investors, giving them access to a marketplace of potential investments. If an investor decides to invest in a property, their money is committed only if the project is fully funded, in which they will recieve regular updates on the property, as well as any cash distributions they are entitled to.

For more information on Realty Mogul, visit their official website.

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