What does it take these days to invest in real estate and get your hands on an income-generating property? For the average investor, this can be tricky for two reasons – real estate is expensive, and everyone wants a piece of the market. Luckily, raising capital for real estate can be accomplished in different ways.… Read More »How to Raise Money From Investors For Real Estate Syndication
Coming from a background as a real estate agent, team leader, or even a veteran real estate investor can make you think that putting together syndication deals and a private placement memorandum will be easy. After all, what do you have to do? Finding investors should be easy enough, as you know the general property… Read More »PPM Attorney – Do I need a Private Placement Memorandum lawyer?
Real estate syndication is increasingly popular. I have heard everything from “everyone is in this space” to “this is the perfect way to go for my career.” With the real estate market being highly attractive to investors from all walks of life (for many reasons), syndication presents itself as one of the best ways to… Read More »What Is Real Estate Syndication?
One of the most important jobs of a syndicator (and a private placement memorandum) is to educate and inform investors of everything regarding a deal. No one is going to throw money at a real estate syndication offering without understanding its structure, potential, risk profile, etc. When dealing with private placement investments, investors will want… Read More »PPM Checklist – Private Placement Memorandum Requirements
What is a PPM? A PPM (private placement memorandum) is a document given to prospective investors who are considering investment purchasing a security as part of a private offering. The PPM describes the offering, the terms, and the financials and conveys the risks and disclosures the investor needs to know before making a decision. These… Read More »What Is a PPM (Private Placement Memorandum)?
With the number of regulations governing the securities market, private and public offerings, with their private placement memorandums (PPM), carry a certain degree of difficulty to master. There’s a learning curve regarding everything from finding investors, identifying lucrative deals, and navigating the legal environment. Real estate syndication is no different in this regard and, in… Read More »What is the purpose of Private Placement Memorandum (PPM)?
SEC Reg D compliance is something syndicators must get right. Syndications must comply with either the rules of the SEC and/or the state where they are from (Blue Sky laws). How to get the syndication done with all the compliance in the time frame required. Understand how they can advertise to avoid problems. How to… Read More »SEC Reg D Syndication Compliance
In intrastate crowdfunding and syndication, businesses raise capital by selling securities only within their own state. This exemption may be of interest to your business because it does not restrict the size of the offering or the number of investors who may take part. As the offering company, you must do the majority of your business… Read More »Syndication California Compliance | Syndication Attorneys
In recent years, more and more real estate investors are opting for a limited liability company (LLC). Forming an LLC is ideal primarily because it comes with the benefit of the same limited liability available to a corporation’s stockholders while providing the flexibility to describe the parties’ relationship by contract, without having to worry about a mandatory… Read More »Provisions That Should Be Included in Operating Agreements for Rental Property LLCs
Establishing a business entity, like an LLC or corporation, is not an easy task. If you wish to learn how to form a business entity, you must first be familiar with any federal or state law that will be relevant to your case. Rules and regulations will differ from state to state, which is why it… Read More »How to Establish a Real Estate LLC or Corporation
For syndicators, the Property managers can be your best asset. Managing property managers can take less time than managing a property and the tenants, but it’s not as simple as hiring them and walking away. If you think you can “just set it and forget it,” you run the risk of creating even more stress… Read More »4 Insider Tips For Syndicators Managing Property Managers
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? | Syndication Lawyers
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
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?
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?