Accredited Investor Application Form

We present accredited investors with an opportunity to review quality deal flow that matches their criteria. Access to our opportunities is free for your use, however, you must be a direct, accredited or sophisticated investor. This section is not open to broker dealers/finders/middle-men. All applications are reviewed by hand. If you are interested in investment opportunities with us, please complete and submit the registration form below.
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Looking To Participate In The Real Estate Market To Earn Solid Returns On Your Hard Earned Dollars?

If you’re interested in learning more about Grateful Nuts Homes and our operations and investment opportunities as partners on deals, to purchase wholesale properties, or if you’re looking for an alternative to investing your money in the stock market (or other traditional places)…  fill out the short information form below or give us a call at (541) 554-4633 to learn about the options we offer.

We’ll send you information about our company and connect with you to chat about your goals, show you what we do, and see if there’s a fit.

This is not a solicitation or offer of securities. Investment in Grateful Nuts Homes is offered only to qualified investors through a written Investment Agreement or Private Placement Memorandum.

Interested In Learning More?  Submit Your Info Below or give us a call today at (541) 554-4633. 

 

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Congress has been implementing sections of the Dodd-Frank Act each year since 2011. Recently there has been changes as to how real estate investors are handled and how we can relate with other real estate investors. The regulations can be found under what is titled Regulation A, and Regulation D. Basically what is most important is who can invest in real estate with other by contributing money to another real estate investor and say “here, put some money on that house, make me the beneficiary of the trust deed in first position, pay me such & such interest for so many months/years, record it at the county clerks’ recording office, and we’re good to go.”

I’ve invested with other real estate investors like this. And it’s okay to do this. I am just lending money. No biggie. I get a great income back on my money, it’s secured with a note, a mortgage, and when it’s time for the note to be due, I get all of my investment back. Then… I look for somewhere else to invest my money.

However; if you’re investing by buying notes, or selling your real estate properties and turning them into seller finance so you can have long-term income with interest then the Dodd-Frank Act says you (the little guy and not Wall Street) have to be an accredited investor in order to make such a financial decision for yourself. Why? Because you need Mortgage Loan Originator to write the document for you.

So, what is an Accredited Investor?
I’ll point you to the answer from the Federal Government.