Fintor Allows You To Purchase Fractional Shares Of Real Estate
Real estate investing is generally more risky, capital-intensive, and heavily regulated than other asset classes. Yet, the everyday investor is missing out on a source of returns due to these obstacles. Farshad Yousefi and Masoud Jalali are democratizing the real estate asset class for the everyday investor through Fintor. Fintor is “a platform to buy and sell fractional shares in real estate.” The San Francisco-based startup has raised $2.5m from investors.
Frederick Daso: We both know that high real estate prices keep younger generations out of the real estate market. How does the illiquidity of real estate investments and the complex legal process act as barriers for Millennials and Gen-Zs to invest in them?
Farshad Yousefi: The younger generation is used to a dynamic and fast-paced lifestyle. Given how quickly …
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