Can I Raise Capital Through Regulation D, Rule 506 for an Opportunity Zone Project?

Can I Raise Capital Through Regulation D, Rule 506 for an Opportunity Zone Project?

You can raise money for an Opportunity Zone project under the Regulation D, Rule 506 securities exemption the same as you can for any other securities offering. You need to decide which of the Rule 506 exemptions you want to use – Rule 506(b) or Rule 506(c), learn the rules, and then follow them. There are numerous articles in our website Library at www.SyndicationAttorneys.com that explain the rules for these exemptions, or you can read my #1 Amazon Best Selling Book “How to Legally Raise Private Money,” which is available for download at our website or for sale at Amazon.

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