Real Estate Syndication Best Practices


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Delaware Statutory Trust 1031 Exchange Pros and Cons

Delaware Statutory Trust 1031 Exchange Pros and Cons By Adam Gower Ph.D. Real estate investing has a lot of advantages. The use of leverage to increase returns (as well as risk), significant tax advantages from“non-cash”expense such as depreciation and the ability to defer capital gains taxes through the use of the 1031 like-kind exchange have long made real estate an attractive option for savvy investors.    The rules are complicated and anyone considering using an…

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The Impact of the Yield Curve Inversion on Real Estate

The Impact of the Yield Curve Inversion on Real Estate By Adam Gower Ph.D. We are headed for a recession, of that there is no doubt, and the much talked of yield curve inversion has been cited as a sure sign.  But is it?  This article examines the background to and definition of the inversion, and concludes that it is less a sign of the inevitability of recession, and more an indication of the depths…

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When is a Value Added Property a Good Real Estate Investment?

When is a Value Add Property a Good Real Estate Investment? Value-add real estate properties are properties that have yet to reach their full potential. These properties are unable to realize their actual market value for any number of reasons, including poor management, capital-intensive repair requirements, dropping demand for what the property offers tenants, and the list goes on and on.   Before undertaking a value-add property investment, it is important to note that they…

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How to Syndicate a Real Estate Deal

How to Syndicate a Real Estate Deal Real estate syndication is the process by which investors pool their capital resources and expertise to invest in real estate projects that would be too capital-intensive or complicated for an individual investor. This process is nothing new- investors have been combining forces to get real estate projects off the ground since the early days of the property market in the United States.   In recent years, real estate…

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Real Estate Waterfalls – White Paper

[Download] The Waterfall In Real Estate Syndications – White Paper By Adam Gower Ph.D. DOWNLOAD THE WHITE PAPER NOW Real estate syndications use ‘waterfalls’ to make payments from a project to the developer and their investors in a pre-arranged hierarchical fashion, by structuring the way cash available for distribution from operations and sale or refinance cascades through a series of calculations.   Using data never before seen in the real estate industry, this white paper…

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How To Get Into Real Estate Development

How to Get Into Real Estate Development By Adam Gower Ph.D. The real estate market has been booming since 2010. Condos, apartment complexes, mixed-use developments, and shopping centers are being built all across the country. Developers are building the types of real estate assets that people are demanding, and they are making a lot of money in the process. In other words, now is a great time to get into the real estate development business.…

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How to Finance a Real Estate Development Project

How to Finance a Real Estate Development Project By Adam Gower Ph.D. so, you want to get into real estate development. You’ve got an idea about what sector you want to jump into, who you might work with, and how it will add to your investment portfolio. Before you can get started, you need to know where the money is coming from.   Real estate development almost always requires outside financing. It’s not practical and…

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Benefits of Self-Directed IRAs for Real Estate

Benefits of Using Self-Directed IRAs For Real Estate By Adam Gower Ph.D. Alternative Assets   Recent research indicates that including alternative investments in a portfolio increases risk-adjusted returns. These “out of the norm” investments range from real estate to market funds, such as lending platforms or other less tread investment paths. Institutional investors have embraced alternative assets to the tune of billions of dollars and are in the process of moving more and more of…

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Portfolio Diversification Benefits of Real Estate

Portfolio Diversification Benefits of Real Estate By Adam Gower Ph.D. A New Approach for Your Portolio   Registered investment advisors, or RIAs, have long scoured the market for the top performing securities to invest in on behalf of their high-net-worth clients. Historically, RIAs would invest in some combination of stocks, bonds, and cash as a means of balancing a client’s portfolio. Investing in commercial real estate was never really an option, per the regulations established…

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The Real Estate Development Process

The Real Estate Development Process By Adam Gower Ph.D. A Morgan Stanley survey revealed that 77% of US millionaire investors own real estate while 35% own a share of a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Compared to other alternative assets, real estate is by far the category with the highest level of investment. Real estate investors do sometimes buy turnkey properties, but more often they develop properties. The appeal of real estate development is the…

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