How much do angel investors take?
How much do angel investors take? A: Angel investors typically want to receive 20% to 25% of your profit. However, how much you pay your angel investors depends on your initial contract. Hammer out these details before they give you any money, and have a lawyer draw up a contract, which will make your angel investors feel safer in their investment.
What is a good ROI for an angel investor? The bigger the better. In general, angel investors expect to get their money back within 5 to 7 years with an annualized internal rate of return (“IRR”) of 20% to 40%. Venture capital funds strive for the higher end of this range or more.
How much equity do you need to offer angel investors? Angel investors typically seek an equity stake of 20% or more for putting their own capital into a startup. Although, most angels are interested in more than equity.
How do angel investors get paid back? They can be repaid on a “straight schedule” (for investors who are providing loans instead of buying equity in your company), they can be paid back based upon their percentage of ownership, or they can be paid back at a “preferred rate” of return.