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Determining Investor Suitability  for 506(b) Offerings

Determining Investor Suitability for 506(b) Offerings

Question: If I am doing a 506(b) offering, do I still need a pre-existing substantive relationship before I can solicit from an Accredited Investor (AI)?  If “yes,” is there still any waiting period after I get that Accredited Investor to sign a document attesting to...

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Multifamily Outlook Beyond COVID-19 with David Lindahl

In this teleseminar, Kim Lisa Taylor welcomes special guest David Lindahl of REMentor, and the two prognosticate about the multifamily investing world beyond COVID-19. Get it straight from the expert: What's happening now? What's in the immediate future? What's on the...

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Syndication and Accredited Investors with Chris Mills

Skyline Views is a podcast for real estate investors, both passive and active, covering various markets around the U.S. as host Chris Mills interviews experts about their respective specialties and strategies. In this episode, Chris interviews Kim Lisa Taylor about...

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Avoiding Fraud in Syndication

Syndicators Beware — Your Livelihood and Reputation are On the Line if Fraud Occurs in Your Syndicate Fraud is a constant risk in any kind of transaction but even more so in a real estate syndication, which involves pooling funds from multiple investors, many of whom...

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Which Fund Structure is Right for You?

Which Fund Structure is Right for You?

There are multiple ways to set up a private equity fund. The most common types are described here. FUND STRUCTURES Whole Fund Model Under the “Whole Fund” or “Blind Pool” model, investors purchase interests in a pooled investment fund (the Fund), which is usually...

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