Frequently Asked Questions
What is NashvilleOpportunity?
NashvilleOpportunity is a real estate crowdfunding online investment platform that connects accredited investors to borrowers with in-house vetted real estate investments. The platform provides the ease of browsing, investing, and managing investments online, anywhere, anytime.
Who is NashvilleOpportunity?
NashvilleOpportunity’s team of professional real estate and finance experts that have been in the industry for well over a decade. Learn more about the executives here.
NashvilleOpportunity allows for investors to access investments that were previously considered exclusive to the public. With over a decade of experience, NashvilleOpportunity was a way to accelerate scalability through the use of technology.
How is NashvilleOpportunity’s portal secure?
NashvilleOpportunity is constantly undergoing security updates to ensure the protection of investors and investments.
Investing with NashvilleOpportunity
Who can invest with NashvilleOpportunity?
High net worth individual investors and institutional investors including but not limited to registered investment advisers, wealth managers, hedge fund managers, venture capital firms, and private equity firms are all qualified to invest with NashvilleOpportunity.
When can I invest with NashvilleOpportunity?
Accredited investors are qualified to invest with NashvilleOpportunity. The Securities and Exchange Commission identifies an Accredited Investor as someone who receives annual income in the previous, current, and expected year of approximately $200K ($300K with joint spouse) or someone who has a net worth of $1MM, not including their residence.
What is Crowdfunding?
Wikipedia defines it as a form of crowdsourcing. It is the practice of funding a project or venture by raising monetary contributions from a large number of people, today often performed via Internet-mediated registries, but the concept can also be executed through mail-order subscriptions, benefit events, and other methods. Crowdfunding is a form of alternative finance, which has emerged outside of the traditional financial system.
The crowdfunding model is based on three types of actors: the project initiator who proposes the idea and/or project to be funded, individuals or groups who support the idea, and a moderating organization (the “platform”) that brings the parties together to launch the idea.
In 2013, over US$5.1 billion were raised via crowdfunding worldwide, which increased to US$16 billion in 2014 and was estimated at over US$34 billion in 2015