Investor Accreditation Requirements

Investors Must be Accredited to Participate in our Regulation D Offerings

Accredited investors are defined as having a net worth over $1 million (excluding primary residence) or income over $200,000 (individual) or $300,000 (household) in each of the prior two years, and reasonably expect the same for the current year.

Information Needed

Individual Investors
  • Full Name
  • Government ID
  • Birthday
  • Social Security Number
  • Background Check + KYC
  • AML check
  • Signed Agreement
Joint Accounts
  • Full Names
  • Government IDs
  • Birthdays
  • Social Security Numbers
  • Background Check + KYC for Both
  • OFAC and FINCEN for Both
  • AML Checks for Both
  • Signed Agreements for Both
  • Signed Agreement
  • Proof of Accreditation
  • Trust Agreement
  • The Tax ID for the Trust
  • State Filing of Trust
  • Government ID for Trustee
  • Signed Agreement
  • Tax ID letter (SS4)
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • State Incorporation Document
  • Government ID of Officer
  • Proof of Accreditation

Investor Requirements

Investors can verify their accreditation status by providing any of the following documentation. All assets should be dated within the last 90 days and must display your full name, ensuring it matches the name specified on the accompanying subdocuments.

Letter of Accreditation
A recent accreditation letter issued by a licensed attorney or certified public accountant (CPA) that meets the following requirements:
  • Dated within the last 90 days
  • Contains the contact or business information for the verifier in the header
  • Contains the verifier’s licensing information
  • Signed by the verifier
Financial Assets
Proof of assets worth more than $1M proven by the following documentation dated within the last 90 days:
  • Bank Statements
  • Brokerage Statements
  • Certificates of Deposit
  • Tax Assessments
  • Credit Report (must be from a nationwide consumer reporting agency and a written representation from the investor)
Proof of Income
Proof of income for 2 years of at least $200K for individuals or $300K for joint investors represented in one of the following documents:
  • Form W-2
  • Form 1099
  • Schedule K-1
  • Form 1065
  • Filed Form 1040
  • Asset statements for the most recent 60-days to 90-days showing your name, account number, and balance 
Real Estate Assets
Real Estate Investment (Excluding Primary Residence)
  • Most Recent Property Tax Statement (June 2022-July 2023 fiscal year these can be found on your local county website. We use the taxable value of the property for valuation. )
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  • Personal Tax Returns Showing Rental Income (1040 Schedule E page 2)
  • Appraisal of Property Value

Entity Requirements

Entities, where all equity owners are accredited Investors or entities that meet the following requirements, qualify as accredited.

Entities with assets or investments exceeding $5 million:
  • Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • LLCs
  • Trusts
  • “Family Offices”
  • 501(c)(3) Organizations
  • Employee Benefit Plans (within the meaning of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act)
Financial entities with assets exceeding $5 million:
  • Banks
  • Savings and Loan Associations
  • Insurance Companies
  • Registered Investment Companies
  • Business Development Companies
  • Small Business Investment Companies
  • Rural Business Investment Companies

Professional Criteria

Professionals who meet any of the following requirements qualify as accredited investors.

  • Investment professionals in good standing holding the general securities representative license (Series 7), the investment adviser representative license (Series 65), or the private securities offerings representative license (Series 82)
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  • Directors, executive officers, or general partners (GP) of the company selling the securities (or of a GP of that company)
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  • Any “family client” of a “family office” that qualifies as an accredited investor
  • For investments in a private fund, “knowledgeable employees” of the fund
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  • SEC-registered broker-dealers and Investment advisers (SEC- or state-registered or exempt reporting advisers) of assets exceeding $5 million