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What you’ll learn from today’s episode:
- Understand the danger of going out to the general public to raise capital
- Discover the important matters to know when it comes to regulatory authorities (aka, it’s nice to stay OUT of jail).
- Find out why there is a HUGE rejection when you do old school marketing strategies, especially when you try to raise capital from everybody and anybody
- Are you looking to attract investors and raise capital for your deals? Get a complimentary copy of Dave Dubeau’s newest book, called ‘The Money Partner Formula’. Get your PDF version at investorattractionbook.com.
- Join me for one of my upcoming live one-day virtual workshops. You can register here: https://investorattractionworkshop.com/
We’ve all told our kids to beware of strangers.
Well for most of us aspiring capital-raisers, the same holds true when it comes to raising money for our deals…we want to heed the “Stranger Danger” rule as well.
I’ll explain why in today’s short Free Flow Friday episode of the Property Profits Podcast…
01:23 – What is ‘stranger danger’ foundational principle
01:41 – Don’t go after strangers
02:31 – Reasons why you shouldn’t go for strangers
04:09 – Why you will be crossing the line with SEC when you deal with strangers
05:33 – Don’t try to raise capital from the general public unless you are licensed to do so
“If you’re going out to the general public, they don’t know you from the south, right; they don’t know you at all. So, there’s going to be a lot of natural suspicion about this guy, or this gal that’s trying to raise 5075 $100,000 from them for their real estate deal.”
“You’re starting from scratch, for people to invest with you, they need to know you, like you, and trust you. A stranger does not know you, probably, doesn’t like you, and definitely doesn’t trust you with their money. It’s a lot of hitting your head against a wall. It hurts a lot; you’re going to be just up for a massive amount of rejection.” – Dave Dubeau
“Typically, if you are raising capital for a real estate project, and you’re dealing with a stranger, somebody that you don’t have a relationship with, you are crossing the line with the Securities Commission.” – Dave Dubeau
“If you’re raising capital if you’re raising money, without appropriate documentation without the appropriate licensing, and other choices, you can get an offering memorandum for your deal.” – Dave Dubeau
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