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It is a new law intended to encourage funding of small businesses in the United States by easing many of the country's securities regulations.

Generally neglected and underserved investors are sizable groups of people that have been ignored or overlooked by legislation regarding the early investments into startups.

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Sometimes called “social” or “crowd” lending, is a type of financing that connects people or entities willing to loan money with people or businesses that want to borrow money.

A non-accredited investor is any investor who does not meet the income or net worth requirements set out by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Cooperative members are the primary stakeholders in the cooperative, reaping benefits of income, employment, or services, as well as investing in the cooperative with their own resources of time, money, products, labor, etc.

Putting a team together helps to delegate some of the workload away from some of the key tasks such as locating immediate cash-flowing real estate investment projects for acquisition by its directors. Locking down securities attorneys, transfer agents, market makers, marketing agents, property management firms, production teams, web development teams and other key team members that will position CC Group’s foundation for growth.


The cooperative corporation owns the assets of the business which includes the real estate acquisitions by any method and the members/shareholders do not have a direct financial interest in them. Since, this cooperative cooperation is a for profit, members/shareholders own the business in the form of equity through their shares of stock they own, and this is their direct financial interest.

It is ownership

Third party debt such as a mortgage or any other long-term debt takes primary position and places members/shareholders equity in a subordinate position. This subordinate equity position can be potentially wiped out if a default were to occur on the debt. So, equity only acquisitions secure primary position to the company’s and its assets in case of a liquidation situation.

It allows the company to grow and become profitable so it can potentially pay out dividends.

It is the company’s Equity common stock.

Not at this time.

Not at the current time because there is no current market for it.



It depends, everyone’s situation is different. Investments range from $120.00 and up to accommodate everyone’s situation so they do not miss out on a potential investment opportunity.

A direct listing is just how it sounds. The company will list its shares directly on an exchange, skipping the traditional IPO process.

First, the company’s employees and investors can convert their ownership into stock that is then listed on a stock exchange. Once the stock is listed shares can be purchased by the general public and existing investors can cash out at any time without the ‘lock up’ period of traditional IPOs. In order words, full liquidity of your shares.

Yes. The reason is, in order to access the potential of the cooperative’s purchasing power, while keeping investments low and distributing the investment liability across a group of members/shareholders, a large membership base will be required for multimillion dollar real estate acquisitions. Now, the upside is that any short comings can be offset by accredited investors to balance everything out.

By acquiring real estate that requires little to no refurbishment, the intent is to quickly generate revenue through renting the property as quickly as possible. CC Group’s multifamily & single-family real estate acquisitions are 98% turnkey, as they are already income producing, thereby providing the company with immediate cash-flow in order to appreciate in value.


Investing involves risk, including loss of principal. Past performance does not guarantee or indicate future results. Any historical returns, expected returns, or probability projections may not reflect actual future performance. While the data we use from third parties is believed to be reliable, we cannot ensure the accuracy or completeness of data provided by investors or other third parties. Neither Consumer Cooperative Group, Inc nor any of its affiliates provide tax advice and do not represent in any manner that the outcomes described herein will result in any particular tax consequence. Offers to sell, or solicitations of offers to buy, any security can only be made through official offering documents that contain important information about investment objectives, risks, fees and expenses. Prospective investors should consult with a tax or legal adviser before making any investment decision.

For additional important risks, disclosures, and information, please visit ccg.coop/disclosures

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