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How it works

Commercial real estate syndication is a strategy in which a group of investors pool their money together to purchase and manage a commercial property. This allows individuals to invest in larger, more expensive properties than they could afford on their own, and share in the income and appreciation of the property. Investing in commercial real estate through syndication can be a way to build wealth and achieve your desired lifestyle, but it is important to carefully research and evaluate any investment opportunity before committing your funds.

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Our Vetting Process

Vetting multifamily properties is essential for several key reasons, each contributing to the success and security of an investment. Initially, it identifies properties with the potential for consistent occupancy, which is fundamental to achieving reliable cash flow.

Thorough evaluation uncovers hidden maintenance issues or necessary upgrades, directly influencing the investment’s bottom line

This process also allows investors to assess the competitive landscape of the local real estate market, ensuring the property’s demand remains high. Moreover, vetting provides insights into the quality of property management, a critical factor for tenant satisfaction and retention. By meticulously examining these aspects, investors can significantly mitigate risks, positioning themselves for both short-term income and long-term capital appreciation.

Investment properties

Quality Tenants, sales comps, rent comps, in-place cashflow


Diverse employment, stable population, potential for appreciation

Operating partner

Track record of performance, conservative assumptions, background checks, reference checks


Environmental review, legal, accounting, on-site-management