Guide to the JOBS Act: Tools for Crowdfunding

Narrated by: James Colby Green
Length: 16 mins
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New laws and regulations following the JOBS Act of 2012 have led to a number of online platforms, both crowdfunding and peer-to-peer, that help investors find and evaluate private offerings, while providing unprecedented opportunities for real estate developers and brokers in search of funding for their projects. A recent report by the research group Massolution opines that crowdfunding and P2P investors injected $1 billion into the US real estate market in 2014 and that the number will double in 2015. New debt participation structures and an increased access to non-US investors are cited as two reasons.

©2015 Douglas Slain (P)2015 Douglas Slain

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Wonderful guide to USA securities law (including crowdfunding topics)!

Whether you are raising money in regards to start-ups to middle market firms to nonprofits/NGOs to personal causes, knowing the law/ regulations and always meeting compliance requirements at both the federal and state level is obviously very important. Slain's introduction covers the critical knowledge you would need for a sound footing to proceed with your pursuit of capital via the most appropriate form. The content is also currently up-to-date with the latest best practices. I look forward to his other books on related topics.