iFunding Enables Crowdfunding Investments in Real Estate

William Skelley has been invited to join an elite group of real estate moguls in a group called the: ‘Next Generation of Real Estate Leaders.’ He was invited by Michael Stoler to represent for the company he founded, iFunding, along with other top real estate figures in America, such as CIT, Cushman and Wakefield, Kushner Companies, the Carlyle Group, and Merrill Lynch. Michael Stoler founded and remains the Managing Director of Madison Realty Capital.

Stoler is also the host of the very popular The Stoler Report: NY’s Business Report, which is a weekly television show that he will feature Skelley. The show has been going for 15 years, presenting all the business trends in the tri-state area. This is an important show and a great opportunity for iFunding to be seen by a much wider audience. The connections and exposure should bring an increased interest in Crowdfunding real estate investing.

The show episode will be on the commercial real estate’s evolution. Skelley will be joining a panel on the show that will include Paul Braungart, the founder and president of Regional Capital Group. His iFunding company implements the radical new concept in Crowdfunding investments: online group investments in large real estate opportunities. This is a new concept that he invented out of his ideas for ‘alternative investing.’ iFunding gains great returns on investments for their clients by partnering with good real estate firms that have great track records. His clients are able to make investments in real estate that were never available for such low capital individuals in the past.

On his Blog, Skelley stated that he started iFunding to give ‘the little guy’ access to major real estate opportunities. It has under written $2 billion in real estate transactions. Skelley’s idea grew out of ‘disruptive innovation’, a concept taught to him by Dr. Clayton Christensen, his professor at Harvard Business School. Skelley was a principle for Rose Park Advisors, which was founded and operated by Christensen. He has advised some start-up companies and worked for other companies, such as Bain Capital, Olympus, and General Electric. He attended both Hobart College and Harvard Business School.  Follow the iFunding CEO on Twitter, where William Skelley keeps the public updated about how his crowdfunding platform is operating.