SEC Form D

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Discover the Whys, Wheres, Whens & Hows of Using Form D — Including the Precise Steps You Must Take to File the Form!

 

SEC Form D

All real estate investors looking to raise money under one of the safe harbor exemptions created specifically by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) must file Form D.

For this reason, Form D is one of the — if not the — most downloaded forms by my students here at Private Lending Made Easy.

Not That Familiar with Form D?

Here’s What You Need to Know:

In an effort to curtail the burgeoning amount of fraudulent activity in the investment world in the late 1920s and early 1930s, Congress passed the Securities Act of 1933, which mandated that all new securities be registered with the federal government.

This registration process required that companies disclose a significant amount of information about themselves to both the federal government and potential investors — unless the securities qualified for an exemption.

In 1982, the SEC adopted Regulation D (Reg D), which provided 3 such safe harbor exemptions, specifically Rules 504, 505, and 506. As of September 2013, Rule 506 is comprised of 2 separate exemptions: Rule 506(b) and Rule 506(c).

Despite the Popularity of This Form, Many Still Have Questions About How to Use & File It Properly

To answer your questions and help ensure that you use this form correctly, I’ve written the Form D eBook.

This eBook reveals the information you need to be able to use this form properly in your real estate investing business. You’ll learn:

  • Federal and state filing requirements – so you won’t have to worry about accidentally doing something wrong and experiencing the wrath of the government!
  • How Form D can provide you with FREE advertising to many of our country’s top lenders!
  • How to file Form D in four simple steps – now you will know exactly what to do and when to do it … no more confusion, no more stress!
  • Plus, there is a complete copy of Form D that you can print out and use again and again!

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So why spend hours and hours tracking down information online that may be unreliable or even out of date … when you can learn everything you need to know about using Form D from this convenient, inexpensive eBook?

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Sincerely,

Alan Cowgill

Alan Cowgill

P.S. If you accidently use out-dated information, regulators won’t look kindly on that as an excuse for your having violated one of their laws! Get my Form D eBook to be sure you will use this form correctly. Order now.

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