Private Placement Broker
A “private placement broker” is an individual who connects investors with private placement investments, hoping they will earn commission if a deal closes. Though this sounds like a rough job to have, the truth is, private placement brokers can make a killing if they close a deal. The problem is, most PPP brokers do basic searches on the Internet, make a few phone calls, and then give up. If you’re really made to be a private placement broker, you will commit to success from the beginning, working years if needed to reach your goals.
In today’s private placement market, some investors do succeed, but as we all know most do not. The fact is, the REAL private placement funds don’t need new investors, so opportunities to work with them are very tough to come by. Do you think real private placement traders are posting ads on the Internet to get investors? I don’t think so! Though we have seen private placement programs pay out, most private placement brokers have never closed a deal in their career. Unfortunately, this broad inexperience in the market has lead to frequent misrepresentations, which has made it tougher than ever to close a private placement deal.
If you are considering private placement investments to fund projects, you must have 50M+ of liquid assets to meet the minimum requirement for most traders. The truth is, private placement financing is a great option for the right investor, but they must have a significant net-worth to apply. Unfortunately, most private placement investors come into the business with less than the minimum, and for that reason, they rarely succeed. If you would like more information on private placement programs, please visit our “Private Placement Category” by clicking the link on the top of the page.