It’s been a historic year for crowdfunding. In October, the SEC voted to approve the final Title III rules – aka the “crowdfunding component”- of the 2012 JOBS Act. This means that when the rules become effective on May 16, 2016, both accredited and non-accredited investors will be able to invest in real estate online through Title III-approved platforms.
Crowdfunding attorney Mark Roderick describes Title III as “like nothing seen before in the U.S. securities industry.” As he sees it, it’s part of a larger “transformation and democratization of the U.S. capital formation industry.” But don’t take our word for it. Read direct from the source and download Mark’s insightful, “Title III Crowdfunding: Outline for Portals and Issuers,” a 12-page primer that outlines what’s coming next for Title III.