Different ways of investing in companies we love.
Revenue Share Agreement (RSA)
Investors receive a percentage of revenue until they receive a multiple of their investment back.
*There is no guarantee that an RSA issuer will generate sufficient revenue to provide investors with a return on their investments. RSA investments are speculative, illiquid, and could result in a loss of the entire investment.
Secured Loan Investment in my Community's Entrepreneurs and Endeavors (SLICE2)
Investors receive a baseline interest rate accrued over a specific term - secured by real estate.
Enjoy the features of owning commercial property at a fraction of the typical cost.
*SLICE2 units are backed by real estate, however, there is no guarantee that specific property generates a return on investors' investments. SLICE2 investments are speculative, illiquid, and could result in a loss of the entire investment.
Small Business Bonds
Investors receive interest payments each year for the duration of a defined term.
Large corporations and the Government raise funds through bonds.
Now small businesses can too.
*Small business bonds may or may not be backed by collateral. Small business bonds are speculative, illiquid during the term, and could result in a loss of the entire investment.