The Huffington Post highlights the first 16 companies approved under SEC Regulation A+, including Generation Income Properties.
“Ever since President Obama signed the JOBS Act in 2012, the market for equity crowdfunding has grown steadily. Now, in 2016, funding raised through crowdfunding is expected to pass that from venture capital.
At the center of this revolution in business financing are the Securities and Exchange Commission’s recently enacted rules known as Regulation A+, a provision of the JOBS Act that allows companies to generally solicit and raise money from non-accredited investors. Historically, many investment opportunities have only been open to the wealthiest 3% of Americans known as accredited investors. However, the new rules permit nearly anyone to invest in companies spanning a wide range of fields, from real estate to aviation and even medical marijuana.”
You can read the complete article at the Huffington Post.