The site was built to help investors to learn about crowdfunding, how to invest in successful deals and support deals that provide a social impact
New York City, New York – One of the leading global real estate crowdfunding platforms, Endvest.com, announced launched its highly anticipated and improved website: ENDVEST 2.0, which was built with the investor experience in mind every step of the way.”
“The site was built to help investors to learn about crowdfunding, learn how to invest in successful deals and support deals that provide a social impact on the world around them,” said David Boyajian, Endvest’s Chief Technology Officer. “To accomplish this goal Endvest now provides a comprehensive education center, a simple yet elegant investment portal, and an impact board to voice its mission of creating impactful real estate around the world.”
Endvest plans to uphold its mission by underwriting dozens of projects that create the most social and economic value for investors and communities alike. Last week, the crowdfunding portal launched a timber reforestation project in the Philippines. The company claims that this is the first in a series of projects that will showcase global responsibility while simultaneously delivering healthy profits to its investor base.
The deal involves the extraction of government-planted timber specifically for harvesting with subsequent reforestation; for every tree that is harvested, three will take its place. Additionally, Endvest will partner with an agricultural company to help provide infrastructure and increase living standards for the natives who are otherwise impoverished. With all this, investors at Endvest will receive an 18% return every year while fueling an emerging economy.
“Endvest’s unique offerings aren’t only offered abroad. Endvest also has secured a piece of a ready-to-build deal in Berkeley, California. The Class A style ground-up development benefits from both the college atmosphere of UC Berkeley and the influx of startups in the area, most recently Uber, stated Jack Boyajian, of Endvest’s CEO. “The deal has a quick built-in exit and a 23% targeted IRR with quarterly cash payments to investors. Since 95% of the equity is already secured, we only have a small target raise left, so this deal is going to close quickly.”
While these deals are available only to accredited investors, Mr. Boyajian said “That Endvest is at the forefront of bringing together options for all investors, accredited and non-accredited alike, with investment opportunities in all promising markets, both local and global.”
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