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  • Raising capital from private investors can be tricky. There are a lot of laws you need to be aware of and having the right members on your team to guide you through the legal world of the SEC (Security Exchange Commission) is paramount to your success as a real estate business owner. Access to more capital means access to more deals, but it has to be done right.

    On Reed Gossen’s SoundCloud podcast Investing In The U.S. he talks with real estate attorney and partner Jeff Love about the difference between a broker dealer and a co-GP when raising money legally from private investors for a real estate deal.

    Jeff is a partner with over 10 years experience in real estate transactions, SEC filings and syndications.

    In the show Reed dives deep into:
    – What does it mean to qualify as a broker dealer?
    – How to not illegally raise capital from private investors without a broker dealer license?
    – What are the benefits for an operator, if any, to get their broker/dealer license?
    and much much more.

    Jeff provides some cracking advice and actionable steps when starting out to raise capital successfully for a real estate business.


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