The recent addition of “Crowdfunding” to the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary speaks to the fact that crowdfunding is here to stay.

While the full potential for and reach of crowdfunding in the US has yet to be determined, if the past year is any indication, real estate may be one of the biggest growth segments of the crowdfunding marketplace.

In twenty-two states and the District of Columbia, developers and platforms have successfully crowdfunded real estate transactions.

Take a look at the map above to see the states where real estate crowdfunding has taken place — and continue to check in with Fundrise as new investment opportunities are added around the country.