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Investing in Multifamily Syndication

Can you really invest in real estate without the stress and the headaches that go along with being a landlord? This article will explain one way.

[Updated: Aug 03, 2021 ] Jul 26, 2020 by Kevin Vandenboss

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Fee  Amount
Asset management fee 1% to 2% annually
Acquisition fee 1% to 3%
Loan guarantee fee 1% or flat fee
Refinancing fee 1%
Disposition fee 1% to 2%
Pros Cons
Passive investment. No control over the property.
Managed by an experienced multifamily asset manager. Giving up equity to the sponsor.
Access to bigger real estate deals. Relying on the sponsor to manage the asset properly.
No tenant phone calls or other landlord headaches. No liquidity -- money is usually tied up throughout the full investment period.
A simple way to add real estate into an investment portfolio. Limited options for selling your shares in the investment.

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