Episode 025: Nothing But Net – NNN Show – Is a Net Lease Syndication Right for You?


Nothing But Net episode image with hosts Adam Carswell and Michael Flight on how to raise capital.

In this episode, hosts Adam Carswell and Michael Flight discuss how investors can raise capital through real estate syndications to scale their businesses and generate solid returns. Michael and Adam first establish what Triple Net properties are the most popular and how people can set up a syndication to raise capital for these lucrative investments. Touching on the benefits that Security Tokens have for these assets, Michael defines some key terms that investors should be aware of, including ICOs, IPOs, STOs and more. The hosts also emphasize the importance of understanding the different regulation structures for net lease real estate offerings that make these types of syndications tax-efficient, such as Regulation 506(b), Regulation 506(c), Regulation A, Regulation CF and Regulation S. Closing the show, they touch on how blockchain technology has enabled the instantaneous transfer of wealth nationwide as well as creates financial freedom for all.

Michael and Adam would like to give a huge thanks to the audience for listening while they share their knowledge and experience with the Nothing But Net community.

Timestamped Shownotes:

01:40 – What are the key takeaways that Michael Flight, CEO and co-founder of Liberty Real Estate LLC (Liberty), and co-host Adam Carswell learned from hosting the first-ever Blockchain Real Estate Summit

07:12 – How can investors and net lease companies scale their investments?

09:31 – What are the benefits of Triple Net (NNN) assets?

09:49 – What are the most popular Triple Net real estate properties in high demand?

11:08 – How can investors syndicate a net lease deal?

13:58 – What real estate assets are considered securities and what properties are not?

15:06 – How does the SEC regulate securities for real estate deals and security token offerings?

16:39 – What are the components of the Howey Test that a security has to pass to meet SEC regulations?

18:20 – What is the best way to find a good securities attorney?

19:47 – What is the difference between an IPO (Initial Public Offering) and an ICO (Initial Coin Offering)?

20:48 – What is an STO (Security Token Offering)?

23:41 – Why is the United States one of the best places to invest? 

24:32 – What is the most traditional way that people start out doing real estate syndications?

25:45 – What are the differences between 506(b) and 506(c) offerings?

27:26 – How can you raise capital through a Regulation CF (Crowdfunding) deal?

28:08 – How can you raise money for a net lease deal through a Regulation A offering?

31:12 – What is a Regulation S offering and why should you be cautious of this type?

32:14 – What are the advantages of backing net lease offerings with Security Tokens?

36:35 – How has blockchain technology enabled the instantaneous transfer of wealth and assets worldwide?

Key Points:

1. Investors can raise capital for real estate offerings through setting up a regulated syndication.

2. Triple Net (NNN) real estate offers sustainable, recession-resistant returns to investors.

3. Security Tokens increase the tradability and liquidity of net lease assets, as well as the transparency of real estate deals.

4. It is important to know the differences between Regulation 506(b), 506(c), CF, A and S offerings when starting your real estate syndication.

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Episode Resources:

Blockchain Real Estate Summit | Watch The BRES 2021 Replay Now!

Secrets of Successful Syndication | The Real Estate Guys

RaiseMasters | Asym Capital, LLC

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Liberty Real Estate Fund LLC

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