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Adam Gower is a seasoned real estate professional with over 30 years of finance and investment experience who today builds digital marketing systems for real estate professionals who want to find more investors so they can raise more money and he has taught over 4,000 individuals how to build wealth, preserve capital, and earn passive income from investing in real estate.
Adam is the foremost authority on real estate crowdfunding and has published five books; his latest UNLEASHED reveals the truth behind crowdfunding and shows how it has become a major force in real estate finance.
Real Estate Crowdfunding: An Insider’s Guide to Investing Online introduces the reader to basic real estate investment concepts and then takes a deep dive into how to invest passively yet wisely in real estate syndications.
This book will teach the reader how to:
• invest in crowdfunded real estate syndicates
• understand key financial concepts used in the industry
• diversify their investment portfolios• Read between the lines of investment contracts
• maximize profit while minimizing losses.
This book is a guide to the foundational financial concepts upon which all real estate projects are based and explains the language of real estate from an insider’s perspective. It provides a roadmap of what to watch for and how to win at the game of passive real estate investing.
"We applaud Adam's thorough effort to educate investors on this new exciting and important opportunity for investing in real estate online. We share the point of view that an educated and informed investor is more successful over the long haul. Jump in, and get started building your own personal real estate portfolio!"
Discover how a law meant to enhance the finance of small companies inadvertently opened the doors to allow almost everyone in America to invest in real estate like never before.
Based on an exclusive series of conversations with the visionaries of the industry, author Adam Gower describes how real estate came to dominate the crowdfunding revolution.
Discover How an Act of Congress Transformed Real Estate Finance
Post civil-war America was built and financed by crowdfunding - syndications by another name. But in 1933 Congress passed the Securities Act, which shut the door on this most democratic means of raising capital and spreading wealth. In 2012, enjoying broad bipartisan support, congress threw the doors open again, passing the JOBS Act (Jumpstart Our Business Startups).
Its intent was to stimulate growth of small businesses and startups, but an unexpected consequence of the Act was that the biggest beneficiary has been the real estate industry.