for startups.

Title3Funds offers a unique approach to startup investing . We have leveled the playing field for investors and startups alike. As a member-investor, you will be able to research startups, review fundraising campaigns, and find new ‘I wish I thought of that’ products before they go mainstream.

Investing in 3 Easy Steps

Find Startups

Sort through our campaigns, research businesses, and find startups that inspire you.

Apply to Invest

Find a business you like, click ‘Apply to Invest’, and follow the prompts.

Register on Title3Funds

Sign up and you will receive a response in 24-48 hours.

The Details

Minimum Investment

We accept investments as low as $50 per round of funding.

Maximum Investment

Your maximum investment is set by the SEC. When you apply to become an investor with Title3Funds, we will help you determine your maximum investment level. Learn more here.

International Investors

Both U.S. and non-U.S citizens are able to invest. Basically, if your country allows you to invest, we do too.

Payment Methods

We currently take payments via bank accounts, wire transfers/ACH, checks, and credit cards.

Applying to Invest

Find a company you like and ‘Apply to Invest’. You will hear back within 24-48 hours. No money will leave your bank account until your application has been accepted and both parties have signed the contract.

Making a Payment

When your startup investment is approved, you have 7 days to send payment to an escrow account. Funds will be held here until the fundraising target has been met and the round closes, then they will be transferred to the startup.

Signing the Contract

All contracts are signed electronically. After signing contracts on Title3Funds, you will be emailed a PDF of the executed documents signed by both parties.

Holding Shares

You are generally restricted from reselling your shares for a one year period after issuance, unless the shares are transferred: to the company that issued the securities, to an accredited investor, to a family member in connection with your death or divorce or similar circumstance, to a trust controlled by you or a trust created for the benefit of a family member; as part off an offering registered with the SEC.

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