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What Every CRE Professional Needs to Know About Raising Private Capital

What Every CRE Professional Needs to Know About Raising Private Capital

By Gray Gilchrist, wealthforge, CrowdFundBeat Guest post, Online private placements, commonly referred to as “crowdfunding”, have been a major theme in the current real estate cycle. Recent changes to the Securities Act of 1933, including Regulation D Rule 506(c), have opened new funnels to raising private capital via general solicitation, giving way to the online private placement industry. Online private placement platforms host a variety of real estate deals, including everything from single family fixers for less than $250K to multi-million dollar equity purchases of prime real estate. As raising private capital online continues to gain momentum, commercial real estate professionals need to understand the…

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5 Advantages of Using Rule 506(c) for Private Offerings

5 Advantages of Using Rule 506(c) for Private Offerings

By Conner Trebour, wealthforge.com September 2013, the world of private investing became much more transparent. For 80 years before that, any company wanting to sell private securities was restricted to selling to their own network of family and friends. This limit existed mainly because of the ban on ‘general solicitation’ of a private security. One of the primary ways private companies raised funds was through Rule 506 of Regulation D. Regulation D is an exemption from registering securities with the SEC. When Title II of the Jump Start our Business Startups (JOBS) Act took effect in September 2013, Rule 506 of Regulation D was split into…

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The Many Definitions of “Crowdfunding”

By Fred Bryant, President, WealthForge It was 2010 and I had just received a question from a regulatory body: What is crowdfunding? While I have since answered this question dozens of times, crowdfunding as a term has been used by a variety of groups who have defined it in different ways, creating confusion about what exactly it is. To be clear, there are, in fact, many different flavors of crowdfunding. The three most common are donation-based, presale of a product, and securities or “equity” crowdfunding. All three have one thing in common: some sort of monetary exchange where one entity looks to source capital directly from…

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NPRAfter Outcry, Crowdfunding Site Patreon Backs Off Plan To Raise ...NPRThe popular crowdfunding service Patreon has backed off plans to change its payment structure, after widespread, vocal and passionate opposition from creators and their fans. Last week, the site announced it woul [...]

TechCrunchHow hate speech crowdfunding outfit Hatreon crept back online ...TechCrunchIf you want to make a living creating white supremacist content, you're probably not going to do it via sites like Kickstarter and Patreon, which prohibit hate speech. Fortunately there's Ha [...]

CoinDeskKickstarter ICO? Don't Count On It Says Crowdfunding Leader ...CoinDeskThe company most widely associated with crowdfunding, Brooklyn-based Kickstarter, has no plans to get into the initial coin offering (ICO) business. Coming in response to the news yesterday that compet [...]

CryptoCoinsNewsCrowdfunding Giant Indiegogo Looks to Make ICOs Mainstream ...CryptoCoinsNewsOne of the world's most popular crowdfunding platforms is getting in on the ICO game. Josiah Wilmoth on 14/12/2017. ------------------Advertisement------------------. Advertisement · Reddi [...]

ForbesCrowdfunding Do's And Dont's From iFundWomen's Karen CahnForbesDuring our conversation, she was transparent in sharing that her first software company, VProud, failed because she “did everything backwards” and spent too much time trying to perfect the product. “Pe [...]

Crowdfunding via Customers: Is This The New Startup Capital?Customer ThinkWith more and more companies in a variety of sectors developing new crowdfunding campaigns, it makes sense to ask whether crowdfunding is likely to replace startup capital in the near future. Crowdfunding is qui [...]

VentureBeatAtaribox hits the pause button on its crowdfunding campaignVentureBeatAtari was supposed to start taking preorders along with launching its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo today for its new Ataribox console. However, it seems to have hit an unspecified snag and in an ema [...]

Coindesk (press release) (blog)Crowdfunding Giant Indiegogo Opens to ICOs - CoinDeskCoindesk (press release) (blog)The startup revealed today that, through an existing partnership with MicroVentures, it will begin offering services to projects seek to use the blockchain funding model. [...]

TechCrunchFormer Gawker employees are crowdfunding an effort to buy Gawker.comTechCrunchWhile Univision acquired most of Gawker Media's sites last year (and renamed them as the Gizmodo Media Group), the deal didn't include Gawker itself. In fact, BuzzFeed reported last month [...]

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