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CrowdFundEstate

CrowdFundEstate.com will be a portal that will allow non-accredited investors to participate in real estate and business private offerings.

  • Stage Not Set
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Bend, OR, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Website crowdfundestate.com

Company Summary

CrowdFundEstate.com is still in development as an equity crowdfunding portal. Once the SEC has finalized the regulations, entrepreneurs will be able to post their company information, pitch their product and ideas, and raise funds from any individual through our web portal. Real estate entrepreneurs will also have the opportunity to attract debt financing in addition to equity.

Team

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    Peter Lowes, CCIM
    Co-Founder

    Peter is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and holds a degree in Business/Accounting (Newcastle University) and was a Member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales until 1982. As founder and President/CEO of The Lowes Group he is a top producing commercial broker on the West Coast, with over 25 years professional investment and management experience.

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    Al Weidinger, CPA
    Co-Founder

    Al holds a law degree from the Freie University of Berlin and a Masters of Science in Taxation from the University of Central Florida. He is Certified Public Accountant and licensed business broker. Al has extensive experience in the financial services industry, both in sales and investment research functions. He also is an adjunct instructor at Linfield College as well as the University of Liverpool’s Masters of Business Administration program.

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    Julie Elston, PhD
    Co-Founder

    Julie holds a Ph.D. in Economics (University of Washington) and is an Associate Professor of Finance at Oregon State University College of Business. She is an international author, speaker and consultant on small firm financing and growth for organizations such as the OECD, the Deutsche Bundesbank and the U.S. National Academies of Sciences Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy, and the Hoover Institution.