online virtual forum where CRE developers and entrepreneurs can have their funding proposals pre-screened for content and compliance. Once the transactions are initially vetted, the developer meets prospective accredited investors, funds, family offices, and other qualified investors in an online forum … More Developers Can Pitch Institutional Investors in the Virtual Online Deal Room
CRE developers crave non-recourse financing that can demonstrate high financial leverage that leaves them in control of the profit-taking opportunity and their future growth ambitions. The recent SEC rule change (see SEC Final Rule Release No. 33-10884) provides the pathway to relief that CRE developers, entrepreneurs and small/medium-sized issuers have only dreamed about in days gone by. … More Non-Recourse Financing for Conceptual Phase CRE New Construction Projects
new SEC final rule changes (Release No. 33-10884) provides a new opportunity path for businesses and commercial real estate developers to access early stage capital financing using a laddered approach to attracting capital as early as the Schematic Design Phase. … More New Demo Days Rule Creates Capital Funding Path for CRE Developers
registration-exempt offerings provides CRE developers with the opportunity to conduct, under defined rules and procedures, pre-offering solicitations, Demo Day presentations through a sponsor … More Private Placements No Longer Private?
The SEC now requires disclosure to the SEC of certain pre-offering communications regarding certain registration-exempt private placement offerings, and that means you may be required to file a copy of a pitch deck and/or business plan … More Careful With That Business Plan – The Feds Are Watching
SEC adopted changed to Regulation A, Regulation Crowdfunding (“CF”) and Regulation D and created new rules including – most importantly for the markets – Rule 148, Rule 152 and Rule 241. … More CRE Funding Changes by SEC Spell Big Opportunity