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Syndications 101: What is a Real Estate Syndication?

Kathy Fettke

Kathy Fettke

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Are you interested in completely passive real estate investments? What is a real estate syndication? Join Kathy Fettke in this video to learn all the basics about real estate syndications and whether this type of investing is right for you.

While RealWealth has simplified the process of helping people build their personal real estate portfolios for 20 years, some investors would prefer to be even more hands-off.

A real estate syndication is a group investment, managed by the GPs, general partners. The LPs, limited partners, invest their money, and generally have little to no control over operations. When things go well, syndicating can be an effective way for investors to pool their financial and intellectual resources in order to acquire properties and projects that are much bigger than they could afford or manage on their own. When things go bad, the LP’s investment is at risk.

In this video, Kathy Fettke, RealWealth Co-Founder and CEO of Grow Developments, shares the lessons she’s learned over the past 15 years of being a syndicator, including:

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  • What is a real estate syndication?
  • What types of deals are good for syndicating?
  • Pros & cons of syndicating vs investing on your own
  • Various structures, including equity vs debt investments
  • What is an accredited investor?
  • What fees should I be aware of in a syndication?

If you would like to see current available investments, visit Grow Developments, our sister company.

Kathy Fettke
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