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Rule 506(b) for Real Estate Investments

Interested in taking advantage of the Rule 506(b) exemption to raise funds for your real estate investment? Here's how it's done.


[Updated: Apr 15, 2021 ] Jul 30, 2020 by Kevin Vandenboss

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Pros Cons
One of the least expensive SEC exemptions to structure. You can't advertise your offering.
Can raise funds from non-accredited investors. Limited to 35 non-accredited investors.
Can raise an unlimited amount of money. Little clarity on who you know well enough to allow to invest.
Can get investments from an unlimited number of non-accredited investors.

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