Your acceptance of risk as an entrepreneur makes your personal balance sheet profile greatly different from most professions. You chose a non-W2 earning lifecycle where cash flows and earnings vary greatly. Financing a home as an entrepreneur warrants a mortgage lending discussion with a distinct understanding of atypical finances.
A decade ago, high-performing late-stage private companies had plenty of reasons to go public or sell themselves at year seven; solving for employee liquidity was not among them. Why it's important now.
Liquidity opportunities require significant due diligence and create considerations applicable to a company’s valuation, accounting, tax, regulatory requirements, legal and human resources. Are you looking to liquidate private company shares? Take a look at the most important elements to consider on your path to equity.