Syndication FAQ

How does a syndication work?

Syndication is a partnership between several investors. They combine their skills, resources, and capital to purchase and manage property or assets they otherwise couldn’t afford. Your skills, abilities, wherewithal, and amount of available capital determine which part you play in the syndication.

What does it mean to syndicate a deal?

syndicate is a temporary alliance of businesses and/or investors that joins together to manage a large transaction, which would be difficult, or impossible, to effect individually. … There are different types of syndicates, such as real estate syndicates, banking syndicates, and alternative investment syndicates.

What are the three phases of real estate syndication?

A typical real estate syndication combines the money of individual investors with the management of a sponsor,
and has a three-phase cycle: origination (planning, acquiring property, satisfying registration and disclosure
rules, and marketing); operation (sponsor usually manages both the syndicate and the real property); and
liquidation or completion (resale of the property).

How do I find syndication deals?

The best way to find real estate syndication opportunities is to get out there and talk to people in the real estate syndication space. This community is quite small, and once you get connected, you’ll easily be able to find sponsors and real estate syndication opportunities that fit with your investing goals.

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