Property investment firm PeerStreet combines with Mint

August 10, 2019
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Real estate investment platform, PeerStreet, has integrated with budgeting and planning management platform, Mint by intuit.

This is the fourth “integration” with PeerStreet already forming partnerships with Betterment, Wealthfront, and Personal Capital.

PeerStreet has emerged as a leading property crowdfunding platform. While some early leaders rushed to scale at all cost, PeerStreet’s steady build appears to have served it well.

The debt-based platform topped $2 billion in real estate loans this past May.

Recently, Crowdfund Insider reported about the growing interest of institutional capital in the investment platform.  While big money may be just around the corner, accredited investors may participate on CrowdStreet for as little as $100. Returns for investors currently range from 6% to 9%. Loan terms typically stand between 6 to 36 months.

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