On Tuesday, real estate crowdfunding platform DiversyFund announced its marketplace will be offering $120MM to fix and flippers for the acquisition and renovation of rest estate throughout California during the next twelve months.
Founder and CEO of DiversyFund, Craig Cecilio, stated:
“When you add the significant interest generated from television shows like HGTV’s Fix or Flop and A&E Network’s Flip This House, you can appreciate the heightened drive to Fix & Flip. We want to help everyone renovate homes because it benefits us all when communities are revitalized.”
DiversyFund triangulates by bringing together borrowers looking for speed, flexibility, and a great experience, and investors looking for returns much higher than they could achieve with savings accounts or mutual funds. In doing so, the Southern California firm infuses dollars into the economy from all across the country.
Cecilio then added:
“The real estate crowdfunding industry provides unprecedented opportunity to borrowers looking to improve our communities. We are thrilled to be able to be a major contributor to this exciting group of entrepreneurs.”
Charlton Heston’s Beverly Hills estate is priced at $12.249 million. The
three-acre, gated property at 2859 Coldwater Canyon Dr. has a swimming
pool, tennis court and meditation area. Photo by Jeff Elson Black issued
by Nourmand & Realtors provided by
It’s the New Year and you might be looking for ideas to spiff up your humble abode.
If so, flip through these photos of pricey properties owned by the
late pop artist Andy Warhol, Cosmopolitan magazine’s influential editor
Helen Gurley Brown and actor Charlton Heston as well as former Alaska
governor Sarah Palin and see if anything they require in a residence
fits your taste (forget about fitting your budget).
The information and images were supplied by TopTenRealEstateDeals.com, which produces a weekly hot list.
Andy Warhol’s former 5.7-acre beachfront estate in the Hamptons sells $50 million:
Warhol and avant-garde film director Paul Morrissey bought the property
at 16 Cliff Drive & 8 Old Montauk Highway in 1972 for $225,000. J.
Crew CEO Mickey Drexler bought it in 2007 for $27 million and hired
architect Thierry Despont to restore it. Annual real estate taxes were
The property, originally a fishing camp for the Church family of Arm
& Hammer Baking Soda fame, was put on the market last year for $85
The Georgia-based Tennessee Ranch Estates Investors, Llc filed Form D for $2.62 million offering. This is a new filing. The Limited Liability Company raised $2.57 million. That is 98.00 % of the $2.62 million offering. The total offering amount was $2.62 million. This form was filed on 2016-01-11. Tennessee Ranch Estates Investors, Llc’s clarification was: The offering has been finalized and no additional Unites will be sold under or as a part of this offering.. The offering has $52,366 left to be raised and is still open.
Tennessee Ranch Estates Investors is based in Georgia. The filler’s business is Other Real Estate. The form was filed by Allen Brooks Blow Attorney. The company was incorporated in 2015. The filler’s address is: 200 East 2Nd Avenue, Rome, Ga, Georgia, 30161. Thomas Jason Free is the related person in the form and it has address: 200 East 2Nd Avenue, Rome, Ga, Georgia, 30161. Link to Tennessee Ranch Estates Investors Filing: 000166329716000001