It’s common knowledge that we’re going through housing crises in many American urban centers. Nearly half of all renters can’t afford rent and over half a million Americans are homeless on any given night X. While most of the discourse on the housing crisis tends to focus on affordable and low-income housing, workforce housing, which is a nuanced category
The Jumpstart Our Business (JOBS) Act of 2012 introduced equity crowdfunding to the investment space, allowing small businesses and small investors to raise capital and build wealth. Crowdfunding is a new opportunity for non-accredited investors to give capital and receive various returns (like equity, merchandise, or early access) from a company.
The wealth gap in the United States is staggering. The wealthiest 1% of individuals control 40% of the nation’s wealth. 2018 created more millionaires than ever before yet millions are struggling with consumer debt, rising housing costs, inflation, and stagnant wages. If we can address the wealth gap the biggest political agendas would lose their teeth
While unemployment rate remains a prominent topic in political discourse, nearly 40 percent of employers have difficulty filling jobs due to insufficient talent X. Worse off, nearly 80 percent of construction businesses are having a hard time finding qualified skilled labor. For context, there are currently more than 140,000 vacant construction positions