New Catalysts Private Equity Fund Created For Corporate Pre-Funding Investment Fees

Olney, MD (PressExposure) April 19, 2008 -- Formed to kick-start lender fees in exchange for early-stage equity participation in companies in the processing stage of being financed, the Catalysts Private Equity Fund 1 is being created. Under the auspices of PreConstruction Catalysts, Inc (, real estate, manufacturing, and other categories of business projects that have a high chance of successful financing through PCC have created an opportunity to buy equity inexpensively, by providing lender due diligence fees.

The Opportunity to help a project developer get into the funding resources of PCC by providing their due diligence fees in exchange for up to 5% of the company makes sense, says Michael Weiner, President/CEO of PreConstruction Catalysts, Inc.

"We have a number of terrific projects that have been tentatively approved for funding, but require some form of due-diligence fee up front in order to continue. Since we have intimate knowledge of the projects and can assess their viability prior to submitting them to our funding resources, the Catalysts Private Equity Fund 1 can provide the lender/investor due diligence fees with better assurance of success than most," said Weiner.

He added, "We are in an environment where distrust and suspicion on both sides-- the developers and the lenders, are very high. Unscrupulous operators have taken hundreds of thousands of up-front fees, resulting in no funding and a loss to the projects' founders. The 'Catalysts Fund' will provide due diligence fees to those who come through our doors for funding and cannot or will not pay these fees required from legitimate lenders. This fund will provide the match that lights the funding fire."

The Informational Draft of the PPM can be downloaded at []

PreConstruction Catalysts was formed to facilitate good projects of $100+Million dollars to its funding resources. Hedge Funds, Private Equity Funds, and other alternative investment programs that are still investing in good projects will not process submissions without some form of good faith, such as these fees. The average fee is anywhere from $35,000 to $60,000. When the Catalysts Fund pays those fees in exchange for 2 to 5 % non-dilutable equity, the value of the funded company can be in the hundreds of millions of dollars, creating a healthy profit on the investment.

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PreConstruction Catalysts, Inc. provides facilitation expertise in bringing developers and projects to funding resources. The Company creates an environment of trust with all parties, and establishes the relationships so there is a facilitation along the natural process of funding. Too many transactions fall apart due to misunderstanding, miscommunication, and emotional reactions that can taint the underlying value of the transaction's benefits to each party. PCC helps keep the relationships in balance so they can get to the finish line.

PreConstruction Catalysts, Inc is a sister company of The Image Generators, Inc.

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Michael Weiner
PreConstruction Catalysts, Inc
Olney, MD
United States.

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Press Release Submitted On: March 28, 2008 at 5:15 am
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