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LOS ANGELES—Opening the crowdfunding gates to non-accredited investors may be a good move in certain circumstances, explains Dee Hunter, the managing director at the NNN Crowd. Although non-accredited investors may never be able to purchase a Walgreens, for example, they may be able to help someone start a franchise. This is just one of the topics Hunter touches on in this exclusive video interview at CCIM Thrive. He also discusses:


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