DiversyFund Speaks at 2015 RealCap Chicago: Introducing Online Capital to Real Estate Entrepreneurs

On September 24th, Craig Cecilio, Founder and CEO of DiversyFund, will be joining the panel at RealCap Chicago’s 2nd Annual Real Estate Crowdfunding Conference where he will speak on the future of real estate capital since the event will capture how to raise debt and equity for a variety of projects. Furthermore these projects will include, single family homes, multifamily complexes, commercial buildings, and ground up development projects.

RealCap Chicago Event Details:

September 24th, 2015
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
One Financial Place
440 La Salle Street, Chicago, IL


What topics will the panel cover?

First of all a variety of topics being covered, so the event is sure to be a success for the crowdfunding real estate community. While there’s a large number of topics, some of the most intriguing include:

  • The Evolution of Online Capital Raising
  • Attracting Institutional Capital
  • Crowdfunding for Non-Accredited Investors: Regulation A+ and IL Intrastate Exemption
  • Raise Capital with your own White Label Crowdfunding Platform
  • Marketing to Attract Investors

However, don’t forget to ask your questions during the panel discussions, so all attendees can benefit from the expertise. Additionally, you may choose to stay and chat with industry leaders about your next project.

Who should attend?

While everyone is welcome to attend, this event is geared towards educating the following individuals:

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Crowdfunding Platforms/Marketplaces
  • Investors
  • Venture Capital Firms
  • Family Offices
  • Angel Investors
  • and more…

Additional Information About RealCap Chicago

“The rapid growth of real estate crowdfunding platforms can be attributed to both the low minimum investments of $100 – $10,000 as well as the transparency which both developers and investors now benefit from as they compare terms and opportunities on platforms, and even across platforms, ” as Jorge Newbery said.
Therefore, “The ease and speed of investing on the platforms is seductive. Online capital raising is the future of real estate finance.” Even though there are already over 75 real estate crowdfunding platforms active in the United States, several additional platforms planning to launch soon.