RERL-1485-Starting Something In Silicon Valley –Part VI

RERL-1485-Starting Something In Silicon Valley –Part VI

We’ve stressed before that buying or selling a home can be quite emotional and the same holds true when it comes to raising money for a new venture. Whether that money comes from borrowing against your property or bringing in investors, you are going to need the proper documentation to avoid disaster. After all, nobody wants to have that conversation with investors mom and dad should things get hairy. Today Joe talks with Jack Russo about litigating wisely and documentations that avoid litigation all together. Specific topics include:

  • The “investor ready” conversation
  • Avoiding personal guarantees & SAFE agreements
  • Money sources you may not have been aware of
  • Advisory partners

Be sure to check out the Computerlaw Group LLP website for additional resources and information on intellectual property law and more at www.computerlaw.com. To reach Jack Russo directly, call (650) 327-9800 or email him at jrusso@computerlaw.com.

If you wish to contact Joe Cucchiara email him at Joe@RERadioLive.com, call (408) 838-9060 or simply visit www.RERadioLive.com. We also provide additional information to help you make smart decisions in and around your real estate venture.

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