Over the last 10 years, the way real estate is bought and sold has evolved. This is largely due to the tech-savvy startups disrupting the industry.
Now, these real-estate startups are tweaking their original business model in hopes of boosting revenue and creating new opportunities.
A growing number of co-working companies have figured out a new way to diversify revenue and boost profits: emulating the private equity model in real estate.
In this issue of the Flash, Goodwin partner Minta Kay shares her thoughts on real estate startups investing in private equity in The Wall Street Journal’s article "Real-Estate Startups Try Their Hand At Private-Equity Investing.”
Also, in this week’s Flash: