Sprout CF Fund, Inc.
Regulation Crowdfunding
36%
Funded

Target: $1,070,000

Investors: 27

Raised: 36%

Days To Go: 137

Start date: October 25, 2019
End date: April 24, 2020

The Company was organized for the purpose of earning income from investments in and from, but not limited to, tax liens and tax deeds related to select parcels of real estate. The Company primarily intends to identify, place bids, purchase, and manage both tax liens and tax deeds throughout the country seeking to generate income from interest payments, penalties, resales of liens and deeds on an as-is basis, resales of deeds following improvements to the underlying properties, and related activities. The Company believes that these types of investments present a significant opportunity in the real estate investment industry.

Offering at a Glance:

Minimum Investment of $2,200.

Minimum Raise of $200,000 to Maximum Raise of $1,070,000

Purchasing Shares of Preferred Stock

Preferred Shares shall be equity holders in Sprout CF Fund, Inc. and entitled to an annual six percent (6%) Preferred Dividend.

Also,  Net Profit Available for Distribution for such Fiscal Year is fifty percent (50%) of such dividends shall be allocated to the Common Shareholders and the other fifty percent (50%) shall be allocated to the Preferred Shareholders.

Note:  Investment offerings are illiquid and involve significant risks, including no guarantee of returns and possible loss of principal invested.


Overview

Sprout CF Fund, Inc. investment program and business plans entail substantial risks and there can be no assurance that its investment objectives or return on investment goals will be achieved. Due to the nature of Sprout CF Fund, Inc. investment strategy, the Company’s portfolio will be concentrated on a few sources or classes of assets. Thus, the Company and the Shareholders will have limited diversification. In addition, the Company will be subject to the risks involved with direct ownership of real property. For example, changes in local, state, or federal law impacting real estate, foreclosure, conveyances, priority in rights of ownership, a general lack of liquidity, competing claims to title, zoning reclassifications, shifting real estate markets, variable financing rates, changes in property-ownership patterns, environmental liabilities, casualty events, and increases in taxes, could all have an adverse impact on the value of real property and consequently the Company’s investments. Furthermore, because the Company intends to purchase tax liens and tax deeds, it will be required to undergo substantial due diligence to determine the value of the property, the nature and extent of existing liens on the property, the cost of necessary or desirable improvements, the potential for resale and a number of related matters.