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Realty Mogul Successfully Crowdfunds the First Shopping Center Ever

Beverly Hills, CA – November 8th, 2013 – Realty Mogul announced today that it used crowdfunding for the first time ever to crowdfund a shopping center – and the funding was completed less than 6 hours after the company began taking money from investors. Jilliene Helman, founder and CEO, stated “We’re very pleased to be the first real estate crowdfunding company to get a retail property under our belt, and ecstatic that we had such a robust reaction from our investors. Our team had been actively searching the market for just such an opportunity, and this…

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CFB Exclusive interview with Realty Mogul CEO Jilliene Helman

CFB Exclusive interview with Realty Mogul CEO Jilliene Helman

Realty Mogul is one of the key players in the rapidly developing real estate crowdfunding space. CEO Jilliene Helman will join CrowdFundBeat for an exclusive interview on October 31, 2013 at 1:00 Eastern. According to Realty Mogul: Jilliene is the CEO and Co-Founder of Realty Mogul responsible for strategic direction and operations. Previously she was a Vice President at Union Bank, where she spent time in Wealth Management, Finance and Risk Management. Jilliene is a Certified Wealth Strategist®, holds a Series 63 license and has a degree in Business from Georgetown University. Devin D. Thorpe, CrowdFundBeat…

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Crowdfunding company Realty Mogul likes what it sees in Kansas, Tennessee

Crowdfunding company Realty Mogul likes what it sees in Kansas, Tennessee

Not too many commercial real estate companies can say they’ve been featured in TechCrunch, the techhiest of all tech Web sites. But Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Realty Mogul has, thanks to its unique idea of allowing investors to pool their money online to buy shares of pre-vetted commercial real estate investments. The founders of Realty Mogul call this “crowdfunding.” And now the minds behind Realty Mogul are taking their company into the Midwest, expanding into Kansas and Tennessee by offering investors the chance to pool their money and put it into commercial properties in these two strong…

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