Workflow automation became more popular thanks to its data accuracy. Equally important, services that ease online collaborations are also on the rise. Kenny Slaught thinks that mobile apps and the new intuitive software allows real estate investors to have access to a larger market. Real estate crowdfunding portals have over 150 firms in the US, despite being relatively new. In Southern California, 20% of the population is an investor, compared to 7% for the rest of the country. Online platforms like RealtyShares, CrowdForce and CrowdEngine allow public donations. About 90% of the equity requirement of some is obtained through donations.
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