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Groundfloor Raises $1 Million in Seed Funding, Opens Office in Atlanta, Georgia

Groundfloor, a micro lending / crowdfunding community for real estate, has shared they have raised $1 million in seed round funding from angel investors including Michael Olander, Bruce Boehm, Mark Easley Sr. and Inception Micro-Angel Fund. Groundfloor simultaneously announced the company has moved their corporate… Read More

Tuff TV Offers Equity via SparkMarket

Tuff TV, a digital broadcast network that targets men, is offering ownership in the company via crowdfunding on SparkMarket – a Georgia based equity platform.  Georgia is a state that embraced equity crowdfunding early on in the game.  The offer comes under the “Invest Georgia… Read More

Real Estate Crowdfunding site Groundfloor Adds Projects

Groundfloor, a new crowdfunding site for real estate based in Georgia, has announced their second project following their successful private pilot launch which occurred this past November.  The first project which is raising $300,000 for a residential development is being followed by a refinancing of… Read More

SparkMarket Launches, Brings Equity Crowdfunding To Georgia Investors

The Invest Georgia Exemption (IGE) is an intrastate crowdfunding exemption for Georgia’s businesses. Today SparkMarket launches in order to take advantage of this law and facilitate capital formation within the state of Georgia. The exemption allows participation in crowdfunding raises of up to $1 million… Read More

Is Equity Crowdfunding Legal in Georgia?

According to a post on Invest Georgia, equity crowdfunding is already legal in the state of Georgia via the Invest Georgia Exemption which was enacted in December 2011. As stated on the post; Georgia-based, private companies can sell equity (shares of stock or debt) to Georgia based… Read More

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