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Raise Private Money Legally • for Real Estate

Kim Lisa Taylor

Ready to invest in properties and projects bigger than you can manage alone? Then you're ready to syndicate. On "Raise Private Money Legally," host and attorney Kim Lisa Taylor guides you through this complex and confusing world. Learn how to raise private money and avoid legal potholes. Each episode educates potential syndicators about how to raise private money legally. As well, she takes calls from the audience and answers their questions. Kim Lisa Taylor has helped investors raise over $350 million dollars in private money and purchase over a billion dollars of real estate. Kim puts her money where her mouth is; she's not just a lawyer, she's also an investor. She has owned or controlled 30 rental properties and has been a general partner in a land development project. Information discussed during this podcast is of a general, educational nature and should not be construed as a legal advice. Contact us: [email protected]

Recent Episodes

S2E10: Securities Licensing Requirements For Syndicators in Regulation D, Rule 506 & Regulation A+ Securities Offerings with Jim Raper and Tim BoykinJuly 29, 2021 Episode artwork S2E9: 1031 Exchanges: DSTS, TICS and Syndicates with Mark HodgesJuly 22, 2021 Episode artwork S2E8: Don’t Let Cyber Hacking Happen to You; How to Protect Yourself and Your Clients with Jeff GreenJuly 15, 2021 Episode artwork S2E7: HUD Financing for Commercial Properties & Development Projects: What You Should Know with Lynn Daugherty and John Peter PanagakoJuly 08, 2021 Episode artwork S2E6: Determining Investor Suitability and Establishing Pre-Existing RelationshipsJuly 01, 2021 Episode artwork S2E5: Raise More Capital Through Digital Automation, With Dr. Adam Gower, Ph.D.June 24, 2021 Episode artwork S2E4: Asset Protection in Your Syndicate: How it Works & Why it Matters, with Clint CoonsJune 17, 2021 Episode artwork S2E3: Real Estate Deal Structures That Stand the Test of Time, with Samuel FreshmanJune 10, 2021 Episode artwork S2E2: How to Streamline Management of Your InvestorsJune 03, 2021 Episode artwork S2E20: What’s Happening in Multifamily Lending? A Mortgage Broker’s Perspective.May 30, 2021 Episode artwork S2E1 Carried Interest & Other Tax Matters Related to Syndication, with Thomas CastelliMay 28, 2021 Episode artwork S1E20: Multifamily Outlook Beyond COVID-19 with David LindahlMay 21, 2021 Episode artwork S1E19: 5 Things You Can Do in Your Downtime to Further Your Syndication BusinessMay 07, 2021 Episode artwork S1E18: How to Get Family Offices to Invest in Your Real Estate SyndicateMay 07, 2021 Episode artwork S1E17: Multifamily Investing Insights, with Jake and GinoApril 29, 2021 Episode artwork S1E16: Opportunity Zones — The Next Big Thing in Multifamily? With Matt WillsApril 22, 2021 Episode artwork S1E15: Deal Structuring Trends in Commercial Real Estate with Jake MarmulsteinApril 15, 2021 Episode artwork S1E14: Surviving Today’s Multifamily Market Conditions with David LindahlApril 08, 2021 Episode artwork S1E13: Yes, You Should Write a Book! With Nick RaithelApril 01, 2021 Episode artwork S1E12: 60 Years of Wisdom in Raising Money for Real Estate Investments with Sam FreshmanMarch 25, 2021 Episode artwork S1E11: Which Securities Offering Type is Right For You?March 18, 2021 Episode artwork S1E10: Simplified Deal Evaluation Help for Syndicators At Last! With Bob BowmanMarch 11, 2021 Episode artwork S1E9: How to Earn Money as a Real Estate SyndicatorMarch 04, 2021 Episode artwork S1E8. Joint Venture or Securities?February 25, 2021 Episode artwork S1E7. Setting the Stage for Syndication SuccessFebruary 18, 2021 Episode artwork