Cossets crowd-funding sets sights on Australian property market

Posted by Simon Dehne on December 1, 2015 in Latest News with No Comments

Crowd_FundingFIRST there was the guy who raised $55,492 to make potato salad, and then the man who gathered up a collective $3650 to fix his broken front tooth. But now crowd-funding just got serious.
Singaporean-based crowd-funding firm, CoAssets, is heading down under in a bid to help financially-challenged househunters invest in real estate with as little as $1000.
For the uninitiated, crowd-funding is the practice of financing a project, or venture, by raising small amounts of cash from many people, typically through the internet.

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