Marketwired recently published an article featuring William Skelley of iFunding. The big announcement was that Skelley has been named to the “Next Generation of Real Estate Leaders,” which is an elite group of visionaries in the real estate field who all have a long proven track record of success. The group is under the direction of Michael Stoler, who currently serves as the Managing Director of Madison Realty Capital. The group meets for an annual dinner, which was last held in January of 2016 at the Columbus Citizens Foundation, which is located in New York City.
As the founder and CEO of iFunding, Skelley has made quite a name for himself in the real estate industry. iFunding is widely recognized in the real estate industry as the leading alternative real estate investment platform. It was first launched by Skelley in 2012. iFunding is unique from other real estate investment platforms in that it provides accredited investors the chance to invest in diverse and high-quality real estate deals with a minimum initial investment of just $5,000. The types of deals supported by iFunding include a broad range of real estate transactions, including apartment complexes, condominiums, mixed-use buildings, hotels and resorts an multi-family homes.
Before launching iFunding, Angel.co shows Skelley had acquired a long list of successes in the real estate industry, including establishing a boutique investment bank that was responsible for underwriting an impressive $2 billion in various real estate investments under Skelley’s leadership and direction. Since attending Harvard Business School, Skelley has worked for global powerhouses in investing and real estate. Now, he is considered a leader in the field and is frequently consulted by the media and peers for his perspective on current market and real estate trends. In fact, CrowdFundInsider reports Skelley is slated to appear on an episode of “The Stoler Report: NY’s Business Report,” which is anchored by Michael Stoler. Skelley is expected to talk in detail about his understanding of the trends in commercial real estate, which have major implications for investors of all levels around the world. Skelley follows a long line of other prestigious guests on the program, which has now been running on the air for an impressive 15 full seasons. Follow iFunding as a business venture on Skelley’s blog, which can be found on the iFunding website.