Enjoy The Work recently announced the addition of real estate and FinTech company, RealtyMogul, to its portfolio. RealtyMogul makes it possible for people to more easily invest in real estate.
For generations, real estate has been a powerful way to preserve, protect, and grow wealth. It’s one of the most popular asset classes in the world. However, it’s also fraught with peril for the individual investor.
As an individual, you have extremely limited information and access beyond your own neighborhood. For most, we’re limited in our ability to do proper diligence, and even then it’s quite complicated to negotiate, purchase, manage, and liquidate property.
RealtyMogul envisioned a better way. Since 2012, the Los Angeles-based company has worked to make the real estate asset class safe, valuable, and available to everyone.
The company sources commercial properties, conducts diligence, and steps foot on every property before offering it up to individual investors. A dedicated team of asset management professionals stays involved for the life of the investment. And as an individual, you’re able to make fractional investments that make sense for your own unique financial situation.
CEO Jilliene Helman comes from a wealth management background, previously working at a major US bank. There, she saw first hand the majority of the bank’s wealthiest clients were invested in real estate, some for decades on end.
“We believe all investors should have the ability to diversify their assets through real estate,” she says. “Our mission at RealtyMogul is to help them do this with ease and confidence.”
With real estate investors enjoying unprecedented access to deal flow through the platform and venture investors seeing the opportunity, RealtyMogul has raised over $50M in venture capital to date. And the company is only getting started.
“RealtyMogul is lowering the barrier to entry for real estate investors in ways we’ve never seen before,” says Enjoy The Work partner, Leslie Fine. “Jilliene and her team have landed on something big, and I’m thrilled to be part of the movement.”