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Top 4 Take-a-Ways from the IMN "CrowdFunding" Real Estate Forum

Post on: March 16, 2015 | Todd Schweber | 0



WealthForge was proud to sponsor the latest IMN Real Estate event in NYC on 3/9 and 3/10. More than 350 attendees participated in more than a dozen panel discussions. Here are the top take-aways from the discussions:

  1. Latest Trend:
    Technology. Technology is changing the way private capital is raised for real estate through Automated Transaction Processing, Investor Relations Tools, Funding Portals, Crowdfunding, Reporting and more.
  2. Biggest Compliance Risk:
    Issuer Exemption. You may be at risk as most Real Estate firms that raise private capital for their own projects are NOT covered by the Issuer Exemption and need to be registered.
  3. Most Common Panel Discussion Topic:
    Importance of Compliance. The process of raising private capital is coming under greater scrutiny with the release of the latest regulations and rules which means YOU need to be protected more than ever.
  4. Top Desire for Real Estate firms:
    Ability to expand their Investor Networks. All of the firms were discussing the importance of expanding their current investor base. They want to find more efficient methods to find more investors and for investors to find them.

WealthForge had two of its team members participating on the panels: Fred Bryant, President/Co-Founder and Arthur Weissman, Head of Sales. It was our pleasure to help contribute to the discussions and provide additional information and resources for all of the attendees.


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Todd Schweber

Todd leads business development and sales efforts at WealthForge. Prior to joining the team, Todd ran his own startup and worked hand-in-hand with other organizations looking to raise capital and connect with investors. A passion for technology as well as seeing young businesses succeed has led Todd to work within the new world of online private placements and investing.
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