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Terms of the Offering
Minimum Offering: $1,000,000
Minimum Investment: $50,000 (50 units)
The Company is offering a minimum of $1,000,000 and a maximum of $50,000,000 Class A1 and A2 Membership Units at a price of $1,000 per Unit. Upon completion of the Offering between 1,000 and 50,000 Class A1 and A2 Membership Units will be issued.1,0
The Class A Interests shall be subdivided into two (2) classes being A1 and A2. The two sub classes shall differ only with respect to their respective Class A Preferred Return. The minimum investment for a Class A1 Interest is Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00). The minimum investment for a Class A2 Interest is Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000.00).
Distributions of Distributable Cash if any, shall be distributed quarterly, within forty-five (45) days after the end of each calendar quarter. All distributions of Net Operating Cash Flow, if any, shall be distributed as follows: (i) first, to the Class A Members until the Class A Preferred Return has been paid to date, then at the rate of fifty percent (50%) to the Class A Interests issued and outstanding, pro rata and the balance to the Class B Members, pro rata.
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Chief Executive Officer
Chaz Guinn serves as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Revolve Capital and is responsible for driving forward the strategic vision of the company.
Since 2008, Chaz has built and developed multiple real estate investment firms. Having acquired over $1bn directly from Tier 1 banks, Investment Banks, Large Real Estate Funds, GSE’s, and Servicers, Chaz is a market-maker in bringing Institutional and Wall Street investments to Main Street investors. Chaz has structured, negotiated, and raised over $250M from high-net-worth Accredited investors, family offices, and financial institutions.
Chaz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from Montana State University.
Chief Operating Officer
Marc Blunden serves as Chief Operating Officer of Revolve Capital and is responsible for working with business partners and external stakeholders to drive positive change.
Marc brings a comprehensive background developing, supporting and streamlining business operations to improve operational effectiveness and drive bottom-line results. He has a proven background in leadership and management including acquisitions, asset management, liquidations, client account management and information systems development to optimize improvements.
Marc holds a Masters of Science degree in Finance and Investment from the University of Brighton, UK.
Chief Development Officer
Hayes Brumbeloe serves as Chief Development Officer of Revolve Capital and is responsible for overseeing the planning and implementation of sales, marketing, and business objectives.
Hayes leads Revolve’s efforts in researching, planning, and implementing new target market initiatives that align with the business’ growth strategy. Hayes brings with him over a decade of experience in management, development, sales and marketing from multiple successful companies that he has started.
Hayes holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Entrepreneurship from Western Carolina University.
Mika Penttinen serves as Chief Financial Officer of Revolve Capital and is responsible for designing and implementing finance operations and strategies.
Mika is a results-driven Senior Global Finance and Operations executive with more than 20 years of experience in growing businesses and delivering increased profitability. Mika helps companies to design and implement financial and operational strategies that fuel high performance teams and bottom-line results.
Mika holds a Master of Science degree in Business Administration and Economics from LUT University.
Ray Schalk serves as Head Analyst of Revolve Capital and is responsible for modeling, acquisitions, risk analysis and liquidation modeling.
Ray has over 25 years of experience in the performing- and non-performing asset industry and specializes in analytics, valuation and risk analysis of fixed income assets, including residential, commercial and consumer loans. He has experience in loan originations & underwriting, exit pricing strategies, conforming & specialized servicing, and capital markets operations.
Ray holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Accounting from San Diego State University.