Commercial Real Estate Acquisition & Asset Management 

Put Your Money to Work, So You Don't Have to


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Why Real Estate?

Since 2000 ownership of real estate has outperformed the stock market by nearly 2x. NCREIF Property Index (NPI Index) has shown a 10.7% annual return compared to the 6.14% annual return from the S&P 500.

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Why Multifamily?

There is no substitute for food, shelter or clothing; which makes commercial multifamily real estate 100% evergreen. Since the Great Depression, commercial multifamily has had 3 times less down years compared to both the stock and bond markets.

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Invest Now

Once you understand how multifamily investing works and the historically strong demographics supporting this asset class we believe you’ll see what we see – that multifamily apartments should be a fundamental component of your investment strategy.

Passive Income = Freedom

Hands down, there is no better asset class for building wealth, than real estate. That being said, in most instances building wealth through real estate is a very hands on investment to which most people don't have the time, energy, knowledge or desire to do. So how do you build wealth and scale up in real estate, without having to use your time building a real estate business? Leave that to us. We find, negotiate and manage real estate assets for our investors. Our mission is to help our investors secure the ultimate asset - Time.

How it Works


1. Market Selection

We identify and evaluate stable markets and desirable neighborhoods throughout the United States with consistently strong historic as well as projected long-term multifamily performance.



2. Acquisition

After a comprehensive property evaluation process, we acquire a 100 or more unit apartment that has the potential for steady cash flow and appreciation in their first year and beyond.



3. Operations

We partner with the best property management teams in each of our markets to improve occupancy, increase gross income, decrease expenses, and maintain or improve property grade.



4. Liquidity & Distribution

Cash flow is our #1 focus. Through sound operations & property improvements we have the ability to increase property value & yield, through forced appreciation/property improvements.



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performance indicators in apartment syndication investing

When you invest capital with a real estate syndication group there are a myriad of performance indicators that are used for an informative look as to what you can expect to get in return for your investment. Below is a breakdown of the 4 of the most common performance indicators you should be aware of and know before making an investment.

Internal Rate of Return (IRR)

IRR is defined as the discount rate that makes...


A few years ago a wealthy friend of mine told me, “the richest people on the Forbes 500 are tech ceos at the top, big business owners in the middle, and at the bottom, real estate investors”. His message stuck with me. It humbled me and made me think about the long term strategy and hands off way of building wealth without all the mental gymnastics of the equities markets.

Real estate is a strong diversification...

4 real estate syndication strategies

When you are analyzing sponsors and who to invest your capital with, you should know the strategy of that sponsor. Some sponsors will be a great fit for you and some will not. Today I am going to break down just a few of the most common real estate strategies.

Buy and Hold:

Buying and holding a property is the most common and classic approach. Buy a property, collect rents, pay down debt, and hold for (x) time....


If you are new to real estate or want to get started in commercial multifamily syndications, you may have heard there are accredited investor laws that prohibit you from taking part in these deals that always seem to be exclusively available to the wealthy.

There are two types of Reg D exceptions you should be aware of. 506(b) and 506(c). My goal is to help non accredited investors understand the basic difference between these...

Debt vs Equity Syndications

One of the many ways to invest in real estate is through a syndicate. A syndicate is essentially a group of investors who join together to accomplish an investment goal. There are two types of syndicates I want to cover today and those are debt syndications and equity syndications.

In a debt syndication each investor acts as a bank, becoming a private lender on the deal. The borrower uses those funds to execute a property transaction,...


Waterfalls, this is a fun title for something so simple. A waterfall is basically how profits will be broken down and divided among investors and a sponsor in a syndication. When sponsors put together an apartment syndication deal, they make their money by splitting cash distributions with the limited partners (passive investors in the deal).

Here is a Simple Example:

  • A Sponsor is offering a 7% preferred return and a 80% /...


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