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How to Invest as a Limited Partner

The BLVD Distribution December 22, 2023

Our entire team is wishing you a wonderful holiday season with your friends and family!

Today we are going to discuss how to become a Limited Partner.

But first, what is a Limited Partner (LP)? An LP is an investor whose liability cannot exceed the amount invested. While General Partners may assume risks such as investing earnest money, guaranteeing a loan, and dealing with SEC compliance, the limited partner is not exposed to such liabilities. The LP invests in a deal with the understanding that the GP will be responsible for running the day-to-day operations.

Step 1 - Introductory Call

Get to know the General Partner (GP). Just like any business partnership, it's important to understand who your partners are. If you're interested in discussing this further, we're more than happy to hop on a quick call to exchange information. We want to learn more about you as well—your goals, investment criteria, etc. During our conversation, we will provide insights into our operations, set expectations, and assure you that you can reach out to us anytime with any questions you may have along the way.

Step 2 - Sign Up

Sign up on our Investor Portal. The investor portal contains not only our active deals but also information about our past deals. When you become an LP in a deal, you will be able to log in at any time to access monthly updates, your annual tax documents, and details on your initial investment.

Step 3 - Familiarize Yourself with the Investment

Discuss the investment details with us. Often, we host webinars providing comprehensive insights into the deal. Click the button below to watch our webinar from last week that features our latest offering, the Bella Vista opportunity. At the end of each webinar, there will be a Q&A session, and we are also available for one-on-one calls to address any specific inquiries you may have.

Step 4 - Complete the Necessary Documentation

Every deal necessitates some paperwork. There are three documents you must review and sign after evaluating the deal. The Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) is a disclosure document that lists all the offering details, including its structure, associated fees, etc. The subscription agreement is the formal document through which you purchase the company's shares. Lastly, the operating agreement defines member roles, outlines profit and loss allocations, and specifies ownership interests.

Step 5- Final Step

Finally, we complete the investment usually through a wire transfer from your bank to the operating account. Be sure to call us directly before wiring to verify that all information for the transfer is correct. Once the deal is funded and closed, we begin implementing our business plan. After the cash flow is generated, you will receive a quarterly distribution of your share.

We would love to have you invest with us. The journey begins with the recognition that investing as a limited partner in a real estate deal offers a uniquely passive yet rewarding opportunity. Our team is readily available for any questions or personalized discussions you may need. Your investment journey with BLVD Ventures is not just about numbers; it's about building a lasting partnership. Feel free to reach out, and let's begin this exciting venture together.

Thank you for reading and your interest in BLVD Ventures. We look forward to having you follow along. Feel free to reach out anytime with questions and connect with us further using the button below.

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