When it comes to navigating the landscape of crowdfunding, understanding the necessary documentation and procedures is essential. If you are contemplating initiating a Regulation Crowdfunding (Reg CF) campaign, the filing of Form C with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is a crucial step that you need to understand and [more]
Form C is an offering statement that must be filed by any company conducting a Regulation Crowdfunding offering. Form Cs are submitted through the Securities and Exchange Commission’s EDGAR online filing system.
On Invown you can invest in Reg CF real estate investment on the platform using your retirement account. Here are some examples of retirement accounts that can be used: SDIRA (Self-Directed IRA): A retirement account allowing investors to choose their investments beyond stocks and bonds. Solo 401k: A retirement plan [more]
Introduction to Reg CF As a real estate sponsor or syndicator, you have several legal options for raising money directly from the public. Three of the most popular methods are 506c (general Solicitation), 506b (Private Placement), and Regulation Crowdfunding or Reg CF. Unlike 506b, where you can't advertise your offering, [more]
The Number One Mistake The Beginner Real Estate Investor Make Real estate investing can be a great way to build wealth, but it has its pitfalls for the beginner real estate investor. Surveys consistently show that Americans view real estate as a better investment than the stock market. While this [more]
Real estate sponsors often advertise real estate offerings to the public to obtain new investors. Yet, 87% of the people seeing their ads cannot legally invest because they need to be accredited. The Problem: Advertising to Everyone Yet Only 13% Can Invest An accredited investor must meet specific financial qualifications, [more]