By Daniel Lanyon on 4th August 2017
PeerStreet Integrates with Personal Capital so the firm’s customers will now be able to see their investments inside of Personal Capital
PeerStreet is integrating with Personal Capital so the firm’s customers will now be able to see their investments across platforms.
Real estate lending platform PeerStreet has announced an integration with online wealth manager Personal Capital.
Customers of both Personal Capital, an automated investment service with more than $4.8bn assets under management, and PeerStreet can now view their PeerStreet positions within the context of their investment portfolio on Personal Capital.
The partnership with Personal Capital follows similar integrations announced earlier this year with Wealthfront and Betterment.
“Many PeerStreet customers have asked for this integration with Personal Capital. We’re always working to improve the experience for our customers and provide greater control and transparency,” said Brett Crosby, co-founder and COO of PeerStreet.
“The more people can see how their PeerStreet account is performing compared to other investments, the more they can make informed decisions about where to invest money in the future.”
Since launching in November 2015, PeerStreet has been rapidly increasing its investor base and adding features to its platform.
PeerStreet completed a $15m Series A round in November last year, led by venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. Notable individuals who have invested in PeerStreet include Ron Suber, Adam Nash, and Michael Burry.