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Syndication Structure – Launching Real Estate Syndications

  There are two different kinds of decisions that we need to make in order to protect yourself from the very beginning from deals going sideways, or making a mistake by choosing the wrong kinds of investors.  The first decision that we have to make is about entity types. We’ll go over what the basic… Read More »Syndication Structure – Launching Real Estate Syndications

Welcome to Launching Real Estate Syndications

Table of Contents Introduction to Launching Real Estate Syndications Welcome to Launching Real Estate Syndications (You Are Here) The Real Estate Syndication Launchpad Syndication Founder’s Investment Theory Structuring Syndication Entities to Protect Yourself Finding Investors for Your Real Estate Syndication Finding Properties to Syndicate Making Money With Fees & Equity in Real Estate Syndications Is… Read More »Welcome to Launching Real Estate Syndications

Real Estate Syndication FAQs

How Do I Raise Capital for Real Estate? The real estate business can be very profitable, but to start, you’ll need a proven track record of raising capital. So, how do you raise capital for real estate syndication? Here are some tips: Specialize in one sector – Going after multiple property types may be a… Read More »Real Estate Syndication FAQs

Real Estate Syndication Fees

Real estate syndication refers to the practice of combining multiple real estate investors’ assets to carry out a large commercial transaction. In this scenario, passive investors provide the capital in exchange for ownership shares. Meanwhile, real estate syndicators, known as general partners, handle the negotiations and paperwork. Knowing the fees involved in such deals is… Read More »Real Estate Syndication Fees

How Can a Real Estate Syndication Attorney Help You?

One of the most lucrative ways to obtain easy passive income is to pool funds with other investors to buy income-producing real estate. This simple and effective strategy is called real estate syndication. The limited partners take most of the risk investing cash, but the syndicators run the entire operation. The job of a syndicator… Read More »How Can a Real Estate Syndication Attorney Help You?

Real Estate Syndication – Raising Equity From Investors For Properties

Click here to see our special series ‘Launching Real Estate Syndications’ What is Real Estate Syndication? You may be asking, “what is real estate syndication?” A real estate syndication represents a group of investors who pool their capital and purchase real estate property. Every real estate syndication is comprised of two key players: the syndicator(s)… Read More »Real Estate Syndication – Raising Equity From Investors For Properties

How to Start a Real Estate Fund

Real estate is among the most beneficial investment vehicles, but it requires high capital. Real estate funds and real estate syndications lower the industry entry threshold, providing individual investors access to better assets. Nowadays, many homes in the United States are owned by investment funds rather than individuals. The good news is that nearly any… Read More »How to Start a Real Estate Fund

Real Estate Syndication Waterfalls

Many investors with experience in the property market suffer from not having enough capital to go after large-scale projects. As a result, they start wondering how to find investors for real estate that can bring the necessary capital to the table to meet the down payment requirements or buy an entire property. The beauty of… Read More »Real Estate Syndication Waterfalls

Real Estate Crowdfunding vs. Syndication – What’s the Difference?

With real estate being one of the most reliable wealth-building industries in the world, more and more investors of different tiers try to diversify their portfolios with real estate assets. Traditionally, real estate has been very profitable for wealthy individuals and companies. Buying homes, commercial buildings, and even land for development doesn’t come cheap. Rent… Read More »Real Estate Crowdfunding vs. Syndication – What’s the Difference?

How To Syndicate Real Estate

How does someone start syndicating real estate? This post will be just a broad overview… If you’d like to get a step-by-step how to guide that will explain everything to need to know: Click here to see our series Launching Real Estate Syndications. How to Start a Real Estate Syndication Determine your Founders’ Investment Theory… Read More »How To Syndicate Real Estate

The Reg D Bad Actor Rule – 506d

Making an offering of securities under the SEC’s Regulation D Rule 506(b) or Rule 506(c) comes with many advantages. Both allow you to raise an unlimited amount of capital. Plus, the rules offer exemption from the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC’s) usual registration rules. As such, Rule 506 is ideal for syndicates, entrepreneurs, and small… Read More »The Reg D Bad Actor Rule – 506d

What Industries Raise Capital With Reg D?

Reg D (aka Regulation D) contains a set of rules that allows the leaders of many different kinds of businesses and industries sell securities without registering with the SEC. In a nutshell, Regulation D offerings are securities regulated by the SEC which are formed by the Sponsor and sold to investors. They must also conform… Read More »What Industries Raise Capital With Reg D?

What is Reg D? The 400lb Gorilla of Syndication

Reg D (aka Regulation D) is a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulation comprised of various rules related to private placement exemptions. It enables certain companies to raise capital without registering the securities with the SEC. A private placement memorandum is prepared and delivered with other syndication documents to the investors. Within 15 days after… Read More »What is Reg D? The 400lb Gorilla of Syndication

What is an Accredited Investor under Reg D Rule 501?

What is an Accredited Investor Under Regulation D? For most cases, an Accredited Investor is an individual whose income is over $200,000/year (for single persons) or $300,000/year (for married couples) or has a net worth over $1,000,000 not including equity in their principal residence. Reg D enables business owners to make offerings of securities without… Read More »What is an Accredited Investor under Reg D Rule 501?

Reg D for Crypto Funds, Coins, Mines, and Businesses

Regulation D for Crypto like Funds, Crypto-mining, or Blockchain Businesses, can be a powerful tool. Between 2012 and 2020, the value of Bitcoin rose by 193,639.36%. That represents an astronomical return on investment. It is also a statistic that demonstrates why so many are currently focused on investing in cryptocurrency funds and blockchain businesses. There… Read More »Reg D for Crypto Funds, Coins, Mines, and Businesses

Using Reg D to Raise Capital for a Business

Regulation D for business capital lets entrepreneurs take control of the largest challenges they face: raising capital. This is especially true if you’re running a start-up that has yet to go public. In some cases, the more public methods of raising capital may be inaccessible to you. In other cases, you may want to find… Read More »Using Reg D to Raise Capital for a Business

Reg D for Private Equity and Hedge Funds

Regulation D for Private Equity and hedge funds operate in similar ways. In both cases, the businesses raise money from institutional and individual investors. These investors provide their capital in exchange for some form of interest into the entity the hedge fund or private equity form oversees. Furthermore, both hedge funds and private equity are… Read More »Reg D for Private Equity and Hedge Funds

Using Reg D for Real Estate Syndications and Development

Through Reg D real estate syndication, “small” investors have the opportunity to collaborate to invest in real estate. This opens the door for such investors to invest in larger development projects, such as apartment blocks, commercial buildings, and land development. What’s more, taking part in a real estate syndicate allows participants to combine their experience,… Read More »Using Reg D for Real Estate Syndications and Development

Rule 506c of Reg D – Solicitation & No Non-Accredited Investors

Created in the 1980s, the Rules of Reg D provide entrepreneurs with the opportunity to raise capital privately from a large number of investors. It does this by allowing you to offer securities without having to register the offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Those issuing securities under Reg D must do so… Read More »Rule 506c of Reg D – Solicitation & No Non-Accredited Investors

Rule 506b of Reg D – Non-Accredited Investors & No Solicitation

The SEC offers a collection of rules under Reg D where an individual or entity can offer and sell securities without registering the transactions with the SEC. This regulation makes it easier for small businesses to raise capital without having to worry about all of the paperwork associated with regulation. Plus, the variety of rules… Read More »Rule 506b of Reg D – Non-Accredited Investors & No Solicitation

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