Private Placement Offerings...
In the commercial real estate development finance market, private placement offerings represent the most common route to funding out capital funding plan proposals for developers who are not interested in commercial real estate syndication plans services from Rainmaker Marketing Corporation. Most private placement offerings are for debt securities, but equity floats are becoming more commonplace due to the impact of the Internet on the syndication process. The net result is a dramatic increase in the amount of funds raised using the exemption allowed under the Securities Act of 1933 (15U.S.C.ß77a, et. seq). Each new private placement offering issue requires the issuer (that's you if you're the developer or sponsor) to provide a private placement offering memorandum.
This section of the Rainmaker corporate web server provides some basic answers to questions regarding the filing requirements, due diligence and expectations the issuer (that's you) must understand in order to access and use this powerful tool that accounts for more than half of all capital funding plan proposal financings in the United States. Links are used to provide more detailed explanations of certain terms and the discussion of the issues, risks and limitations of the offering process on a more in-depth basis. Please bear in mind that there are a variety of complex legal issues in play that should be the basis of discussion between the issuer and the issuer's legal counsel. This information is not legal advice and you should always consult legal counsel regarding a private placement offering.
But one need not commit to the high cost of a road show that private placement offerings seem to require; real estate syndications offer an alternative that doesn't include an equity dilution that you would otherwise face with an equity securities sales syndication.