Boxabl is preparing to raise capital, and it is taking a full-court press by raising money in a Reg A+ and Reg D offering as well as a pitch on FrontFundr in Canada. The Reg A+ will be listed on StartEngine, which displays over $1.25 million has been reserved so far as it commences with a Testing the Waters campaign to gauge investor interest. Previously, Boxable listed a Reg A on both StartEngine and Republic and then quickly shifted gears and raised funding under Reg CF.
According to the offering page on StartEngine, to date, Boxable has raised over $140 million from 40,000+ individual investors.
Boxable is a pre-fab housing startup that has generated some popular interest as well as around 160,000 reservations for their inaugural structure – ssid to represent $9 billion in potential revenue. At the same time, the US military is testing the product with a 156-house order on the books. The “Casita” can be built on a property in under a day and the modular approach means users can design different sizes and customized houses.
The Reg A+ securities offering, available for non-accredited investors, is also hosted on Boxabl’s own domain as is the Reg D 506c offering.
The Reg A+ offering is not yet qualified, so final details are not available, but Boxabl is accepting investors at a $1000 minimum.
The Reg D offering, for accredited investors only, is available at a minimum investment of $10,000. The price per share will decrease at various increments of the amount invested. Boxabl states that it is its intent to become a public company at some point in the future either via an IPO, SPAC or direct listing.
The offering on FrontFundr, the leading Canadian securities crowdfunding platform, is set to go live in three days and currently shows reservations totaling $1.07 million.
The last two funding rounds set a pre-money valuation of $3 billion for the Reg A and $3.36 billion for the Reg CF. It will be interesting to see the pre-money valuation for these forthcoming securities sales.
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