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Out of Alignment: The Dysfunctional Definition of an Accredited Investor & The Often Overlooked “Entity” Issue

As many of you know there is a heated ongoing debate as to whether the current definition of “accredited investor” should be revised and, if so, how it should be revised. The overwhelming majority of recent articles, and even proposed … Continue reading

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Crowdfunding: A look at 2015 and Beyond!

With it just turning 2016 and all, what better time to reflect on all the advancements made this year and to look ahead to all those still to come in 2016. If you follow this industry at all you know that … Continue reading

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“iDisclose” – Breaking Today’s Archaic Securities Disclosure Process

The process of drafting a full-blown “Private Placement Memorandum” (or similar securities disclosure document) has always been a very time consuming, and frankly overly expensive, process for several reasons. The primary reason is of course that the legal industry has … Continue reading

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Patch Of Land Raises The Bar By Releasing New Truly “Secured” Investment Structure

As you may remember, in an earlier post entitled “Investor Protection Issue – Why You May Want To Reconsider How “Secure” You Feel About Your Real Estate Crowdfunding Investment,” I took issue with the fact that the majority, if not … Continue reading

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