MinnowCfunding LLC ("Minnow") is a "funding portal" for crowdfunding as defined under Section 3(a)(80) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (SEA), as revised by the JOBS Act, and Rule 300(c)(2) under Regulation Crowdfunding.
Minnow is a real estate crowdfunding online portal that assists small real estate entrepreneurs, developers and operators to raise capital through securities offerings to a pool of individual investors online. It is Minnow's objective to offer the investors the education and direct investment opportunities while offering a low-cost efficient channel to the issuers to raise the capital they need.
Minnow offers access to a wide variety of properties types located in major cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Chicago and Miami, including multi-family, office, retail, hospitality, industrial and ground-up development. We are to connect investors who want to invest in real estate with the real estate companies who need real estate capital. MinnowCfunding has a team of professionals with experience in real estate, credit, finance, technology and regulation. We are headquartered in Los Angeles, California, but you can reach us anytime 24/7 online through our website.
Types of US Real Estate Investment Offerings by MinnowCfunding
- Residential rental real estate investments are properties such as houses, apartment buildings, townhouses, and vacation houses where a person or family pays rental to live in the property. The length of their stay is based upon the agreement signed between the tenant and the landlord, known as the lease agreement. Crowdfunding investor will not engage in the lease agreement relationship.
- Commercial real estate investments consist mostly of things like office buildings and skyscrapers. These properties are usually leased out to companies and small business owners, who would pay rent to use the property. It isn't unusual for commercial real estate to involve multiple tenants and multi-year leases. This can lead to greater stability in cash flow and income to the entity that owns and manages the real estate investment.
- Industrial real estate investments can consist of everything from industrial warehouses leased to firms as distribution centers over long-term agreements to storage units, car washes and other special purpose real estate that generates income from customers who temporarily use the facility. Industrial real estate investments often have significant fee and service revenue streams, such as adding coin-operated vacuum cleaners at a car wash, to increase the return of the investments to the owner.
- Retail real estate investments consist of shopping malls, strip malls, and other retail storefronts. They are generally leased to retail merchants on a multi-year lease based on market rent and in some cases additional rent based on a percentage of sales generated by the tenant store.
- Mixed-use real estate investments are those that combine any of the above categories into a single project. For example, this can be a mixed-use three-story office building surrounded by retail shops. A bank, a health insurance company and other small businesses leased out the offices and the retail are leased by a Panera Bread, a membership gym, a quick service restaurant, an upscale retail shop, a virtual golf range, and a hair salon.
The above types of real estate investment offering will be offered by the issuer in the form of an equity stake in the entity that owns and manages the real estate investment. The investors will have no role with respect to, or control over, the day-to-day operation of the real estate investment. There is no guarantee of returns and investor may face possible loss of principal if the investment fails to perform.
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