WHAT IS REAL ESTATE SYNDICATION AND HOW TO START ONE?

ALEX KARANI | March 3, 2020

Real estate syndication, also referred to as real estate crowdfunding, is an investment model where multiple real estate investors pool their capital for the common objective of financing a property investment. This way, real estate investors can invest in real estate projects that are considerably larger than they could have afforded as individual investors. Real estate syndications are usually led by a sponsor (or syndicate) who oversees the financing, acquisition, and management of investment properties on behalf of the investors. Therefore, the success of a real estate syndication will greatly depend on how competent the sponsor is. They earn active income through rental property management fees. They may also provide a small portion of the investment capital.

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CENTURY 21 Affiliated

For more than 30 years, CENTURY 21 Affiliated has maintained a reputation for excellence. Founded by Bill Kessler in 1977, CENTURY 21 Affiliated quickly emerged as a leader within the CENTURY 21 system. The business philosophy states to treat the public fairly, treat the agents as customers, be assertive and proactive, be positive, be professional, and be state-of-the-art. With this philosophy, CENTURY 21 Affiliated is spread throughout Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota with 90+ locations and over 1800+ top professionals. We have been ranked as one of the top 100 real estate companies in the world and the #1 CENTURY 21 system three years in a row! CENTURY 21 Affiliated, does not take their reputation for granted. We work hard to have the most responsive, experienced, and best prepared agents along with the state-of-the-art systems and resources necessary to be leaders in the market and industry.

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TOP TECH TRENDS TRANSFORMING THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY

Article | February 11, 2020

Real estate mobile apps and agent websites are becoming more and more popular as a means of searching for the right property, so those who are professionally engaged in this field and planning to expand their business should, in the first place, understand the market and look out for the latest real estate mobile app tech trends. Such awareness will allow you to make informed decisions embarking thus on the journey of lasting business promotion and development.

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Why Company Culture Matters in Commercial Real Estate

Article | February 11, 2020

The pursuit of exceptional people in today’s competitive commercial real estate market is a challenging proposition. DFW has a wealth of talent who could work at any number of prestigious real estate firms. So, what sets one global commercial firm apart from the next? How do we attract and keep the best in the industry to better serve our clients?

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What’s the Best Type of Commercial Real Estate Property for Investors

Article | February 10, 2020

Thinking about investing in commercial real estate? It can certainly be a lucrative venture. For those unfamiliar, this type of property is generally defined as land or buildings that are intended to generate a profit in some way. More specifically, commercial real estate is divided into subcategories. There are four main types, including multifamily, office, industrial, and retail. Which type is correct for you? It really depends. Each comes with its own set of pros and cons.

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8 Ways to Vet a CPA for Your Real Estate Investing Business

Article | February 10, 2020

Even though it may sound like a simple undertaking, vetting a good certified public accountant for your real estate investing business takes a lot of research and effort. The best certified public accountant (CPA) advice for investors usually comes from one who either invests themselves in real estate (RE) or has many clients who do. These types of CPAs may also hold certified financial planning (CFP) certifications. Although most CPAs are knowledgeable about taxes in general and can sometimes assist investors in getting the most tax advantages for their real estate investments, CPAs who invest in RE themselves do have a great advantage in firsthand knowledge of investing.

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CENTURY 21 Affiliated

For more than 30 years, CENTURY 21 Affiliated has maintained a reputation for excellence. Founded by Bill Kessler in 1977, CENTURY 21 Affiliated quickly emerged as a leader within the CENTURY 21 system. The business philosophy states to treat the public fairly, treat the agents as customers, be assertive and proactive, be positive, be professional, and be state-of-the-art. With this philosophy, CENTURY 21 Affiliated is spread throughout Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota with 90+ locations and over 1800+ top professionals. We have been ranked as one of the top 100 real estate companies in the world and the #1 CENTURY 21 system three years in a row! CENTURY 21 Affiliated, does not take their reputation for granted. We work hard to have the most responsive, experienced, and best prepared agents along with the state-of-the-art systems and resources necessary to be leaders in the market and industry.

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