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What is SEC Compliance?

As a response to the stock market crash of 1929 (Great Depression), the US Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 brought about an agency meant to bring civil actions against lawbreakers (and work with the Justice Department on related criminal cases). The Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC for… Read More »What is SEC Compliance?

Don’t Be Held Hostage in Negotiations

Would you “split the difference” if two people’s lives were at stake? My guess is no. Yet, in a business world, “splitting the difference” is the fallback solution that the parties seem so eager to come down to. Honestly, I cannot think of a single situation in my life when having “split the difference” felt… Read More »Don’t Be Held Hostage in Negotiations

Real estate syndication and why do investors want to invest?

When we syndicate real estate and begin looking for real estate investors, it is helpful to look through the eyes of our investors so we can understand why they would want to invest in the first place. Generally, it can be more profitable than traditional investing methods like stocks or bonds while giving you greater… Read More »Real estate syndication and why do investors want to invest?

Filling your vacancy: Is this tenant right for your syndication?

The importance of the tenant’s creditworthiness is directly proportional to the amount of space the tenant will be occupying and your personal risk exposure. In general, multi-family and office landlords with a large number of units are much less concerned with their tenants’ credit due diligence process, than the retail property owners. That’s usually the… Read More »Filling your vacancy: Is this tenant right for your syndication?

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