Regulation A, A+, D, SEC RULE 506(c)… Ben Miller shares his thoughts on navigating the pitfalls that currently exist for those looking to crowdfund their development projects.
Originally posted on crowdfundattny:
To improve the user experience, I am inviting guest bloggers. The first is Ben Miller, a Co-Founder of Fundrise, who explains how he and his brother Dan invented Crowdfunding through Regulation A.
Please let me know if you would like to post. I’m looking for content like Ben’s – interesting, informative, educational.
By: Ben Miller, Co-Founder of Fundrise.
My brother Dan and I were in the real estate business for a long time, developing commercial and residential projects in the Washington, D.C. area, before we thought about crowdfunding. We got some of our capital from the same place many real estate developers get their capital: from investment funds in New York or even outside of the country.
Most of them had little connection to the places we were building and often had never even heard of the neighborhood. On the other hand, our friends…
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