#1 Best Reg CF How-to Guide for Real Estate Sponsors

Introduction to Reg CF As a real estate sponsor or syndicator, you have several legal options for raising money directly from the public. Three of the most popular methods are 506c (general Solicitation), 506b (Private Placement), and Regulation Crowdfunding or Reg CF. Unlike 506b, where you can't advertise your offering, [more]

By |February 6, 2023|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Real Estate GP vs. Sponsor vs. Syndicator: Gain Clarity on the Differences

Somewhat confusingly, General Partner (GP), sponsor, and syndicator are all used interchangeably in the real estate industry. GP, the sponsor, and the syndicator seem to refer to the person or entity leading a real estate deal. In this article, I will clarify what they actually refer to, what the role [more]

By |January 24, 2023|GP, How It Works, Real Estate Syndication, real-estate, Sponsors|0 Comments

How The Post-Pandemic Real Estate Investor Can Now Leverage Remote Work and a Recession

In a recent conversation with a real estate investor friend, we discussed that remote work has caused some office buildings spaces to become empty, resulting in defaults and foreclosures. Some office space currently sells at 20 cents on the dollar. Is this a buying opportunity, or is the remote shift [more]

2 Powerful Ways to Advertise Real Estate Offerings and Raise More Capital

Real estate sponsors often advertise real estate offerings to the public to obtain new investors. Yet, 87% of the people seeing their ads cannot legally invest because they need to be accredited. The Problem: Advertising to Everyone Yet Only 13% Can Invest An accredited investor must meet specific financial qualifications, [more]

The Advantages of Real Estate Investing as a Limited Partner (LP) – Now Open to ALL Retail Investors

Like all real estate investing, wealth has traditionally been the prerequisite to becoming a limited partner (LP) in cash flowing real estate deals for two main reasons. First, buying real estate is very expensive; second, partnerships in real estate deals involved the sale of securities and were until [more]

IRR and Equity Multiple: Cons in Common, and How to Not Use Real Estate Investment Metrics

One seeming benefit of any real estate investment metrics that sums up the potential returns of an investment opportunity is that it pretends to allow investors to compare potential returns across different investment opportunities using a standard measure. One massive drawback is that one metric only tells part of the [more]

By |January 10, 2023|Real Estate Metrics|0 Comments