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Traditional Funds

Venture Capital - Private Equity - Real Estate

What are Traditional Funds?

Real estate, venture capital, and private equity funds are all types of investment funds that pool capital from various investors to invest in specific asset classes or investment opportunities. Here's a brief overview of each:


Venture Capital (VC) Funds:

  • Definition: Venture capital funds invest in early-stage or growth-stage companies with high growth potential. These companies are often in the technology, biotech, or other innovative sectors.

  • Objective: VC funds aim to provide capital to startups and high-growth companies in exchange for equity ownership. The goal is to achieve significant returns when these companies succeed and go public or are acquired.

  • Structure: VC funds are usually managed by professional fund managers who make investment decisions on behalf of the fund's limited partners.

Private Equity (PE) Funds:

  • Definition: Private equity funds invest in privately held companies or take public companies private. They focus on various stages of a company's life cycle, including venture capital, growth equity, and buyouts. 

  • Objective: Private equity funds seek to enhance the performance of the companies they invest in, often by providing operational expertise and strategic guidance. The goal is to achieve substantial returns upon exiting the investments, typically through a sale or initial public offering (IPO).

  • Structure: Private equity funds can have different strategies, such as leveraged buyouts (LBOs), mezzanine financing, and growth equity. The fund is managed by a team of professionals who actively manage the portfolio companies.

Real Estate Funds:

  • Definition: Real estate funds pool money from multiple investors to invest in various types of real estate assets, such as residential, commercial, or industrial properties.

  • Objective:The goal is typically to generate rental income, capital appreciation, or both.

  • Structure: Real estate funds can be structured in various ways, including Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), which are publicly traded, and private real estate funds, which are often limited partnerships or limited liability companies.


Entity Setup & Maintanence

  • GP Entity: $2,500 per entity per year

  • LP Entity: $1,500 per entity per year

  • LLC Entity: $2,500 per entity per year

Financial Statement


  • $0-20m: $5,000 per year

  • $20-50m: $10,000 per year

  • $50-100m: $15,000 per year


  • $0-20m: $7,500 per year

  • $20-50m: $15,000 per year

  • $50-100m: $20,000 per year

Add Ons Available

  • Closes: $1,500 per close

  • Cash Distributions: $1,500 per distribution event

  • Capital Calls: $1,500 per call

  • K1: $2,500 per set

  • Side Letter: $500 per letter

  • Membership Transfers: $500 per transfer

  • Investor Onboarding Only: $50 per investor

What You Get

  • Fund Manager Dashboad

  • Investor Data Room & Dashboard

  • Dedicated Account Manager

  • Form D Filing

  • Blue Sky Filing

  • Capital Account Statement

  • Investor Onboarding

    • United States & International Investors Allowed

    • Know Your Customer (KYC)

    • Anti Money Laundering (AML) Checks​

    • Accrediation Verification

    • Signing of Fund Documents

    • Funding via Wire or ACH

What You Bring

  • Fund Documents 

  • Assets to Be Purchase

  • United States & International Investors

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