Boone, North Carolina (PRWEB) December 19, 2012
Peggy Palms, nationally known attorney, author, real estate broker and investing consultant, attended the new Real Estate Investing Syndication Mastermind in late November, held on the San Antonio Riverwalk. With over 25 years of experience in short sales, bankruptcy, foreclosure and distressed property sales, Peggy Palms will be one of the highlighted guests at the Real Estate Syndication Mastermind. More information can be obtained by going to http://www.peggypalms.com.
As real estate investors adapt to the changes brought on by the housing crisis, Peggy Palms and other attorneys, brokers and CCIM designates specializing in group real estate investing help their investor clients navigate through the confusing legal regulations now in effect.
New Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations related to group real estate investing were the primary topic covered at the Mastermind, including changes in coming soon that will have a significant effect on the way real estate syndicators conduct business.
Peggy Palms and other professionals explored the concept of group sponsorship and analyzed how the new SEC regulations will affect raising capital for commercial real estate through syndication pools. Raising money through multiple investors under the direction of a group sponsor allows real estate acquisitions of larger value and profit margins.
Drafting techniques that help investors to understand an effective Private Placement offering and Private Placement Memorandum were also included at the Mastermind symposium. Another topic of focus was compliance with SEC Regulation D.
Bank and seller financing for commercial and multifamily projects are easier to obtain for a group fund studied at the Real Estate Syndication Mastermind. With help from attorneys like Peggy Palms, a group could leverage credit worthiness of specific group members and pool funds for larger down payments.
The Peggy Palms & Associates law firm focuses in helping high net worth individuals and groups to facilitate these transactions.
A person or sponsor interested in learning how to qualify for an investment group should always consult professional legal help with SEC regulations to avoid legal problems. Attendees like Peggy Palms have the latest information and tools needed.
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About Peggy Palms
Peggy Palms is an attorney, author, broker and Realtor® based in Boone, North Carolina. As the owner of Peggy Palms & Associates, Peggy has a passion for law as well as helping homeowners get through the various challenges of real estate. Through short sale consultations and other real estate advice, Peggy Palms is able to assist any buyers facing foreclosure or sellers planning to invest in a property through a short sale purchase. Peggy Palms is licensed by the North Carolina State Bar, Texas State Bar and the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.