Real Estate Fund Shuttered Over Alleged $630M Fraud New Jersey state regulators have shut down Secaucus, N.J.-based National Realty Investment Advisors for allegedly fraudulently selling $630 million of securities to at least 1,800 investors nationwide. So reports NJBiz.

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Real Estate Investor Cadre Poaches Goldman Sachs Honcho

Cadre, a fintech startup that allows investors to buy stakes in commercial real estate, has hired Goldman Sachs consumer bank branding chief Dustin Cohn as chief marketing officer. So reports CNBC.

CadreCadre hopes to do for commercial real estate what Robinhood did for stocks or Coinbase for crypto, widening the retail investment market for its asset class.

Cohn likened the role to his work with Goldman’s consumer division, Marcus, calling Cadre “a very similar opportunity in the world of commercial real estate.”

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