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Crowdfund.Co Expands into Acquisition Financing with Crowdfunded Debt Offerings

30 Mar

Deal Capital Partners assists company and real estate owners in sourcing capital through Regulation D 506(c), Regulation D 506(b) and Regulation A+ offerings

 By Robert Hoskins

Seattle, Washington – Crowdfund.co, an equity crowdfunding website focused on middle market business finance for everything from real estate to technology, announces the launch of a newly-designed website and logo. In addition to the firm’s website changes, the firm also announces the expansion of service offerings that include debt crowdfunding for things like acquisition financing and recapitalization of privately-held businesses.

Deal Capital Partners assists company and real estate owners in sourcing capital through Regulation D 506(c), Regulation D 506(b) and Regulation A+ offerings

Deal Capital Partners assists company and real estate owners in sourcing capital through Regulation D 506(c), Regulation D 506(b) and Regulation A+ offerings

“We believe there are forms of crowdfunding, including debt crowdfunding, that are not being fully utilized,” says Carl Christensen, VP of Strategy. “The use of crowdfunding for private company debt is just one area where we feel businesses owners can take advantage of some of the new and expanded regulation for sourcing capital from accredited investors,” he says.

The firm is focused on real estate and privately-held businesses where gaps exist in the funding marketplace. While there are many sources for senior, subordinated and mezzanine debt options, there are very few that are sourced through crowdfunding. Crowdfund.co intends to expand its offering into more options that include debt financing for privately-held businesses.

Debt crowdfunding works as a mechanism for financing things that fall in the gap area of small business finance. Currently gaps still exist between Small Business Administration (SBA) loans and other traditional, small bank loans and the larger debt offerings for upper middle-market companies. “We intend on structuring deals so investors benefit by higher returns on their money and companies are better able to source the funding they need for growth and expansion capital,” says Christensen.

Crowdfund.co is a website owned and operated by Deal Capital Partners, LLC–a middle market capital advisory firm. The company works with entrepreneurs to assist in the process of raising growth equity with an eye toward a successful company exit. As a full service capital advisory firm, Deal Capital Partners assists company and real estate owners in sourcing capital through Regulation D 506(c), Regulation D 506(b) and Regulation A+ offerings.

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Phoenix Firm, StartCapital, Announces New Equity Crowdfunding Platform for Title IV, Reg A+ Securities Offerings

10 Jun

StartCapital exclusive investment group has deep-pocketed individuals and institutions willing to pay for the legal and accounting costs incident to a Regulation A+ crowdfunded offering

By Robert Hoskins

Phoenix, Arizona – StartCapital.com announces the launch of its new website to source alternative startup financing for pre-growth companies in Series A and B offerings. The launch of the new website coincides with the new Regulation A+ crowdfunding regulation slated to take effect in several weeks.

StartCapital Reg A+ Equity Crowdfunding Platform in Phoenix

StartCapital Plans to Offer Reg A+ Equity Crowdfunding Offerings in Phoenix, Arizona

“We’re seeing great interest in sourcing capital through Reg A+ and we expect this demand will only grow,” says Jake Durrant, Managing Director.

StartCapital.com intends on assisting with capital raising opportunities for startups, but also hopes to source funds for residential and commercial real estate with Regulation A+ crowdfunding. Startups represent an important market, but investors are typically more driven toward investment products that include very solid collateral. Real estate fits this bill very nicely.

“While startups are often very sexy, it can be difficult to sell investors on the idea that their investment is safe, particularly if nothing exists except for some intellectual property and potential in a group of entrepreneurs,” Durrant says. “It’s one of the reasons we’re seeing such a big uptick in real estate related crowdfunding transactions.”

In addition to crowdfunding, the company also provides alternative financing for small companies looking to source capital for their businesses from other non-bank sources. For instance, the company provides debt financing through partners allowing for SBA, line of credit and asset-based lending. In addition, alternative equity options are also offered through things like self-directed retirement accounts, including IRAs and 401(k)s.

Finally, Start Capital is partnered with other equity investors that can assist in writing checks of up to $1,000,000 for the right venture and team. “Our investors are looking for those diamonds in the rough,” says Durrant.

When sourcing the right deals, the Start Capital exclusive investment group also has deep-pocketed individuals and institutions willing to pay for the legal and accounting costs incident to a Regulation A+ crowdfunded offering.

“We’re most excited about our partnership with the right investment groups who’re greatly interested in sourcing and paying for the costs of Reg A+,” Durrant says. “Since June 19th marks the beginning of Reg A+, we wanted to be ready when demand for mini-IPOs really opens up.”

Start Capital is a owned and operated by Deal Capital Partners, an M&A advisory firm with partners scattered across the United States. The firm offers an interesting mix of financial advisory services, from growth capital to mergers and acquisitions. The company is positioning itself for implementation and use of some of the latest options available thanks to the JOBS Act.

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