Title3Funds connects growth-focused companies raising capital with the general public hoping to invest in the next “big thing".
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Title3Funds was created to level the playing field for startups and investors. They set out to create a marketplace where these two entities can come together for a common cause. Title3Funds prides itself on a substantial selection process, high accountability, larger minimum raises, and access to startup services.
Things to Know
You make money on
Term of investment
Invest in startups you believe in
Title3: Company financials, goals, and future
Startups & investors join forces in marketplace
How you make money
"Once you have made an investment in a startup, you will hold private equity in that company. The value of your stake in the company may increase or decrease over time depending on how the company performs. You will receive cash or stock return on your investment if and when a positive liquidity event occurs – for example, as a result of the company going public or getting acquired by another company. Please bear in mind that startup investments are long-term investments that may take years to become liquid, if they do at all. "
How Title3Funds makes money
Title3 Funds charges a “Success Fee” – a percentage of the capital raised on our platform of up to 7% when an issuer reaches their funding goal. This may be in the form of cash or equity or a combination of both. We may be providing premium services for issuers such as consulting services, due diligence materials and other support features.
Is it safe?
Investors must acknowledge and accept the high risks associated with investing in private securities offerings, including holding your investment for periods of many years with limited or no ability to resell, limited access to periodic reporting and losing your entire investment. These investments are speculative. All investors should make their own determination of whether or not to make any investment in an offering, based on their own independent evaluation and analysis after consulting with their financial, tax and investment advisors.