We’re so excited to officially welcome you to the reAlpha community as a shareholder. We’re on a mission to democratize investment in short-term rental properties—and we can’t do it without the support of investors like you. So, what’s next? 🤔 Keep up with reAlpha via our mailing list, where we’ll periodically send updates on our… Continue reading Welcome to reAlpha!
Will October 28, 2021 be marked as a day of transformation for the technology industry? For on this day, Facebook Inc., which is currently valued at around $1 trillion, renamed itself Meta Platforms Inc. Like John F. Kennedy announcing the goal of landing a man on the moon, some wonder if this is the start… Continue reading Metaverse: The New Frontier?
The short-term rental market has been one of the most fascinating—and quickly growing—sectors in recent real estate history. The way we rest and travel has changed. More people work remotely, so why not take those video calls from a beachside bungalow?
Recently, DAOs have been the hot topic, integral to the functioning of web3 and the metaverse. Will they soon be just as foundational to the future of real estate investing?
Sometimes great successes happen by accident. Far less often—but far more intriguing—happy accidents in the business world actually change the way we live our lives.
Buyers can invest in reAlpha properties as well as in the company itself during its Reg A offering.
If you currently live in India and are looking to invest in reAlpha, we have good news for you. We’ve put together this blog post detailing exactly how to invest in reAlpha from India—complete with all of the steps you need to take in order to transfer your funds successfully.
Historically, investing in startups is hard. So hard, it can feel pretty much impossible. Equity crowdfunding has come a long way since the days of Kickstarter. Reg A is a great tool to increase access to investment in early-stage companies.
What if you want something with more SEC oversight than a SPAC but smaller than an IPO? Is it possible to have a mini IPO?
While traveling is exciting, long plane rides are arguably the least thrilling part of the journey—making it necessary to think outside the box on ways to stay busy.