Multi Family Syndication
Publish Date: 27-02-2017 06:28:29 | Contact name:
joefairless | Location: Ohio | Place:
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people ask me how they can break into the multifamily syndication biz (i.e. raising money and buying apts with investors). I put this together for anyone who wants to do bigger deals but didn’t know how to use their special talents (we all have them) to make it happen.
Here are 6 ways to creatively get into the biz:Find an off-market deal.
Conservatively underwrite deals.
Negotiate terms and get all legal docs in order.
Raise capital for deal and be ongoing point person for
Secure debt financing (if applicable).
Do property management.
What area appeals to you most? What do you want to do? How
do you want to spend your time?
And if you’re thinking “none of the above, Joe. I just want
to cut a check and have my money and others work for me so I can be a passive
investor” then, if you are an accredited investor, send me a message here and
we’ll set up a call so we can get to know each other better. That way you can
be one of the first people to get access to my next deal.
Contact joefairless: Multi Family Syndication
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