As the world's leading real estate crowd-investing company, Prodigy Network’s goal is to help democratize real estate investment by giving smaller investors access to institutional quality commercial real estate assets. Prodigy Network deeply understands commercial real estate, and its connection with the power of collective intelligence.
In the last three years, -and only through crowdfunding-, Prodigy Network and its affiliates have led six real estate projects, raised more than $300 million from 6,200 investors around the world, and are currently developing projects at a global scale, with a projected value of around a billion dollars. Major banks like Deutsche Bank, CIBC and Bank of America have provided traditional mortgage financing for Prodigy’s Manhattan projects. Well established operators and developers like Korman Communities have partnered up with Prodigy in the development of two of the Manhattan properties.
Prodigy Network’s crowd-investing model was developed as an innovative way to give investors access to large, prime real estate assets which were previously accessible to only institutions and ultra-high net worth individuals. Prodigy Network is headquartered in New York City and has offices in Miami-Florida, Bogota-Colombia, Madrid-Spain and Montevideo-Uruguay.
Through Prodigy Network’s secure investing portal, investors can buy these highly profitable and trustworthy assets. In addition to a high economic return, investors will receive periodical project updates, market reports, and financial statements via a personalized dashboard. Its cutting edge secure platform provides investors with the tools and information necessary to confidently make transactions and to monitor their investments online at their convenience.
Recently, Harvard Business School Professor Karim Lakhani published a case study titled, “Prodigy Network: Democratizing Real Estate Design and Financing”; and Harvard Kennedy School Professor Matt Andrews just finished a paper titled “Getting New Regulatory Policy Done: Crowdfunding Commercial Real Estate in the USA. A Historical Case Study with a Contemporary Challenge”. Prodigy believes that crowd-investing will democratize commercial real estate by providing a new investment opportunity for small investors, revolutionizing the industry and strengthening the crowd economy.
In the last three years, Prodigy Network has been in the news as one of the rising stars in innovation and crowdfunding, in more than 800 written articles, and several TV and online interviews in the global media, including: Wall Street Journal, The Economist, New York Times, Forbes, Bloomberg, CNN, CNBC, CBS, Business Week and Financial Times, among others.