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Rental Properties Versus Real Estate Syndications – Which Is Right For You?

If you’ve ever experienced owning single-family or multifamily homes, you know that these investments require time and energy.  Investing in residential real estate can be challenging because, typically, you as the investor wear many hats throughout the seemingly never-ending process. Responsibilities include finding the property, funding the deal, renovating the property, interviewing tenants, and even … Read more

What’s The Difference Between A REIT And A Real Estate Syndication?

If real estate investing seems interesting to you, but you’d rather avoid becoming a landlord, you’re not alone. Fixing toilet emergencies at 3am isn’t appealing to most people, myself included.  The next logical step that many investors take is toward a real estate investment trust (REIT), which is easy to access, just like stocks.  WHAT … Read more

The Team Behind A Real Estate Syndication

One of the best analogies for a real estate syndication is to think of it as an airplane ride. There are pilots, passengers, flight attendants, mechanics, and more, who all work together to get the plane safely to its destination. In this analogy, the pilots are the sponsors of the syndication, and the passengers are … Read more

Finding And Vetting The Best Real Estate Markets

When investing in multifamily syndications, you are leveraging the experience of professional teams who are often on the ground in various markets. Because of this, the possibilities as to the markets you could invest in are limitless, which can be both exhilarating and overwhelming at the same time.  You could dive down every possible rabbit … Read more

The Process Of Investing In A Commercial Real Estate Syndication

When it comes to investing in real estate, most people are fairly familiar with the process of buying a single-family home or rental property. You choose the market and neighborhoods, determine how many bedrooms and bathrooms you’re looking for, get together with a lender and a broker, tour potential properties, and then make an offer.  … Read more