We just invented a whole new way to invest.

Introducing the first private market real estate investing platform.

Award-winning technology

A completely new alternative to investing in stocks and bonds.

Fundrise is the first service that makes the benefits of private market real estate investing available to you through one simple platform. By combining technology with new federal regulations, we bring the once-unattainable world of private investments directly to you:

  • Access private real estate assets directly
  • Save up to 40% on costs through technology
  • Earn better expected returns overall

Discover what makes Fundrise different

Not just changing HOW you invest, but WHAT you invest in.

Fundrise is a new kind of investment ecosystem that leverages the latest federal regulations to offer investment opportunities directly to you online. This incredibly efficient new model enables you to access a diversified portfolio of private real estate assets with as little as $500.

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Engineered to earn you higher expected returns

Hypothetical growth of a $10,000 investment. Learn more about the assumptions in this section, or view our full disclosure.

We call our new approach eDirect™ investing. By offering you unprecedented direct access to private market real estate, a historically strong investment, we believe Fundrise can deliver superior risk-adjusted returns over time versus a portfolio of publicly traded stocks.

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Fundrise Portfolio

“Fundrise Portfolio” is the hypothetical projected return of a portfolio of commercial real estate, based the weighted average projected annual return of (a) the Fundrise Growth eREIT, for Rise Companies Corp. sponsored appreciation-focused investment products (such as joint-venture equity), based on the analysis included in the the Growth eREIT Performance Analysis, and (b) the Fundrise Income eREIT, for Rise Companies Corp. sponsored income-focused investment products (such as senior loans), based on (i) the analysis included in the Income eREIT Performance Analysis, (ii) discounted by approximately 20 – 30% to take into account potential default risks over the long-term. Accordingly, the projected annual returns under such methodology is approximately 11.95% and 8.00% for Rise sponsored appreciation focused investments and income focused investments, respectively, inclusive of appreciation and dividend reinvestment, and net of fees.

Average annualized returns only include returns of investments sponsored by Rise Companies Corp. and does not include returns, if any, of investments directly in Rise Companies Corp. itself.

Traditional Portfolio

“Traditional Portfolio” is the hypothetical projected return of a portfolio of public equities (stocks), based on the California Public Employees Retirement System’s average annual return on public equities over the 20-year period from 1996 to 2016, which was 8.20%, inclusive of appreciation and dividend reinvestment, and net of fees.

Wall Street Journal, “Calpers Is Sick of Paying Too Much for Private Equity,” April 16, 2017