Finding an experienced syndication sponsor matters now more than ever. By learning to select the right sponsors and properties, you'll find the best deals and mitigate risk during times of economic instability!
Want to invest in real estate but don't have the time? No matter your level of experience, real estate syndications provide an avenue to invest in real estate without tenants, toilets, or trash--and this comprehensive guide will teach you how to invest in these opportunities the right way.
Syndications are like the stock mutual funds of the real estate world--multiple investors passively invest into a fund, while a manager is responsible for picking the real estate and managing the portfolio. Author Brian Burke, a syndications insider with decades of experience in forming and managing syndication funds, will show you how to evaluate sponsors, opportunities, and offerings so you can pick the right sponsors and achieve the highest odds of a favorable outcome.
Inside, you'll learn:
The practical skills you need to understand income, cash flow projections, and investor waterfalls
How to find syndication investment sponsors and how to evaluate them for the best possible opportunities
Red flags to avoid and tricks that syndication sponsors don't want you to know
The biggest and most common underwriting mistakes that sponsors make
How various debt options affect risk and return
Typical sponsor fees and profit splits
The tax implications of syndication investments
How to measure alignment of interest, judge performance projections, and more!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Brian Burke is CEO of Praxis Capital Inc., a vertically integrated real estate private equity investment firm. Brian has acquired over half a billion dollars' worth of real estate over a 30-year career, including thousands of multifamily units and more than 700 single-family homes, with the assistance of proprietary software that he wrote himself. Though he prefers to reposition existing multifamily properties, he has also subdivided land, built homes, and constructed self-storage. Brian is a licensed pilot, so when he isn't investing in real estate, he can be found, literally, in the clouds.