What is syndication?
Syndication is the pooling of investment money together to purchase real estate otherwise unattainable by the individual investor. There are general partners (sponsors) and limited partners (passive investors) making up the syndication.
What are my projected returns?
We target investments projected that can bring you around 15% annual returns with a cash-on-cash return of 8%. Overall, we project a return on investment of 2x within 5-7 years with the majority of the returns coming at the disposition (sale) of the property.
What is the minimum investment?
The minimum investment is $50,000.
How do I invest?
Investing is an easy 3-step process:
1. Sign up with us using at the Invest page
2. We'll schedule a meeting with you to discuss your investing goals. Together, we'll come up with a plan and you help you carry it out.
3. Access exclusive investment opportunities and select or learn more about the opportunities available. Invest, then your job is done!
What is the duration of the funds?
Your investment should be considered a long-term commitment. We project you will hold your investment in the funds for 5-7 years, but may be as early as 2 years or as long as 10 years depending on the stabilization timeline, investment plan, and sales opportunity for the property.
What type of properties are you investing in?
Our ideal investment is a value-add and distressed multifamily property where we are able to overhaul the entire operation through physical rehab or implementing efficient operational processes to raise the overall income and reducing expenses.
How and when will I get paid?
Distributions are made quarterly based upon available cash flow during the quarter. These funds are automatically deposited into your bank account.
What are the tax benefits?
Apartment real estate investing provides you with several tax benefits. As a limited partner, you are able to take advantage of the deductions from property tax, depreciation, and loan interest. It is common you will receive positive cash distributions but also claim paper losses on your investments which will be used to offset other income.
When the property is sold, your tax portion will be taxed as long-term capital gains.