When a multifamily property has peaked in value, and the rents have all been raised… How does an operator continue to increase investor returns? Answer: Refinancing! Join us in the video below where we answer your questions about refinancing multifamily syndications.
Is it possible to use a retirement account to invest in a real estate syndication? The short answer is yes. But what qualifies? Today, we’ll answer that question and take a look at the pros and cons of this strategy.
It’s tough to find multifamily deals these days and when you do, the competition is fierce. Even if you do make a best and final, someone is always outbidding you or putting up part earner’s money. How do you compete with that?
So, you’re getting into the business of multifamily investing. Like it or not, you’re also getting into the business of marketing and promotions. Today, Kyle Wilson joins me to discuss his 18-year partnership with Jim Rohn and explain how to find your secret sauce, build a platform, and promote your real estate brand!
What Money Sources Can I Use to Invest in Real Estate Syndications?
Excerpt: Think you need cash to get in on a multifamily deal? Read on to find out what sources of capital you can use to invest in real estate syndications!