May 17, 2018
Since the jobs act of 2012, there have been many changes to securities laws. One of these changes has resulted in companies being able to raise capital through non accredited investors without going through the entire IPO process. The rule is called Reg A+ and although it is relatively new to the real estate sector many companies are utilizing the Reg A process to raise capital.
In this episode we discuss…
-What the whole Reg A+ process has been like
-The costs associated with the Reg A+ process
-The time associated with the Reg A+ process
-The key takeaways that our guest has learned by going through the Reg A+ process
-What our guest anticipates for the future
-The multifamily sector as a whole
Staying up to date on the new rules and regulations can help bring in capital from new places that may not have been possible before. Learning about these rules in depth will create a better understanding of how to utilize them and become successful in obtaining capital from new sources.
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The Cash Flow Connections Real Estate Podcast provides insights into the intricacies of commercial real estate investing through interviews with some of the leading investors, sponsors, and managers in the U.S. The program centers on cash flow focused asset classes such as mobile home parks, self-storage, multi-family, and office, but virtually all types of real estate transactions will be covered. The podcast is hosted by Hunter Thompson, founder of Cash Flow Connections and full-time real estate investor. Cash Flow Connections is a private equity firm that assists accredited investors achieve diversification though recession-resistant real estate.
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