What does it take to become an accredited investor and why does it matter?

One question we get all the time is: What does it take to become an accredited investor and why does it matter? While you do not have to be an accredited investor to invest in real estate syndications, there are rules that regulate which types of investments accredited and non-accredited investors can participate in. 

Accredited vs. non-accredited sophisticated investors

To become an investor in a syndication, you must be qualified. There are two types of qualified investors:

Why does it matter when it comes to investing in syndications?

It is important to know where you fall, as this could potentially change what type of offerings you are allowed to invest in. There are two main types of offerings: 

Knowing which category you fall under and understanding the two types of offerings is an important first step in beginning your investing journey. Whether you are an accredited or non-accredited sophisticated investor, building a relationship with a sponsor is crucial if you want to receive 506(b) offerings. 

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