LOS ANGELES—The claims made by media types over the impact of crowdfunding are pretty outlandish. Google the concept and you’ll see otherwise staid print and media outlets using such terms as revolutionary and redefining. The ironic thing is that they just might be right.

Certainly, Elizabeth Braman, CCIM, thinks so. The chief production officer of locally based Realty Mogul believes the ability for investors, institutional and otherwise, to access commercial real estate transactions has only begun to catch on. You can expect her to attest to that next month, when she joins other crowdfunding experts for CCIM THRIVE, taking place at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel here October 21 and 22.

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