Founder | CEO at Sterling Rhino Capital, we help people retire early through multifamily real estate investing.
Many people choose multifamily real estate as an investment option. Within this category is the syndication deal. Whether you intend this type of investment to be your sole focus or one of several investment aims in your portfolio, there are important considerations to weigh. In my work as a real estate investor and founder of a firm offering syndicate investment deals, I’ve developed five considerations any investor should explore before making a decision.
Syndication deals typically involve a group of general partners (GPs), a syndication group, or a group of passive investors or limited partners (LPs) to buy a larger asset. Each group has a distinct role in the deal. For example, for a deal involving a multifamily apartment asset, the LPs may invest in the asset but not perform physical