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Rules 506(b) vs. 506(c) for Real Estate Investments

Find out the key differences between Rules 506(b) and 506(c) before you start seeking investors for your next deal.

[Updated: Aug 09, 2021 ] Aug 03, 2020 by Kevin Vandenboss

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Key Detail 506(b) 506(c)
Amount of capital that can be raised Unlimited Unlimited
Non-accredited investors allowed? Yes, up to 35 No
Disclosure requirements Only to non-accredited investors None
General solicitation allowed? No Yes
Accredited investor verification  Investors self-verify Issuer must verify accredited status
State notices required No In certain states
Form D required Yes Yes
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