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When investing in syndication you may see two different types of Classes of shares in a deal. These shares are known as Class A, and Class B Shares. Class A shares are cash flow shares. Class B shares have more growth and upside potential.

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The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has stated that the COVID-19 forbearance for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac multifamily loans will be extended. The forbearance program, which was set to conclude on September 30, has been extended for the fourth time by the agency. “Given the uncertain...

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The impact on the supply chain and our labor market has impacted nearly all industries, grocery, computer chips, manufacturing, and housing. 93 percent of multifamily developers are grappling with delays in construction. Delays are attributed to a lack of workforce and rising material costs. The...

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Multifamily has been on a tear through the pandemic. Rents have pushed to record highs, and investor deal volume has been up. We are seeing apartment retention rates are near pre-pandemic highs because renters are staying in place. Apartment occupancies hit an all-time high of 97.1% in August,...

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Trepp CMBS Research showcased the largest delinquency decline in the last 6 months this last week. There were two large jumps in May and June of 2020 and since, delinquency has fallen for 14 straight months. Only 2.42% of loans missed their August payment and were less than 30 days delinquent....

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Brad Penley, Principle and Head of Broker Relations at Growth Vue was featured on Active Duty Passive Income Podcast. Brad is an EOD Navy Officer and shares his story and his passion for teamwork and growing a business. Brad like many investors was uncertain out of the gate, but with diligent...

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When I became a limited partner in my first deal I was not aware of what questions to ask in regards to taxes. I knew that I could earn passive income with less tax consequences thanks to bonus depreciation and cost segregation studies. Beyond that, I knew nothing. That said, I was thrilled to...

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Single Family or Multifamily investing? That is the question!

In the below video, our partner Brad Penley breaks down the benefits of investing in multifamily apartments. Brad breaks down the economies of scale, how vacancy impacts each asset type, and more.

Single-family is a great...

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When I first learned about multifamily syndications in 2016 I was blown away at what felt like to me, how secret it was. There are tax-friendly investment vehicles that seem to be exclusive to the rich. After deeper digging, I came to realize that there are deals that non-accredited investors...

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Real estate syndication companies are often not the very first investment vehicle that individuals use. The average person usually invests in their work 401k, they have a savings account, they may own some equities, maybe even some Bitcoin. Real estate syndication investments are often the...

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For anyone to understand the value, diversification and time freedom of real estate syndications you must understand what a real estate syndication sponsor does. When deals are put together in the syndication world there are two types of partners; the General Partner (GP) and the Limited...

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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...

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There is always a fee and cost when investing in a real estate syndication deal. Today I want to break down a few different fees you will encounter when investing with a General Partner (sponsor) on a real estate syndication.

You will find fees at different times of an investment. The fees...

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There have been many headlines lately about Blackstone and Investment firms buying up single family homes. There was an interesting write up by Slate covering some of the specifics and...

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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.

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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...

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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.

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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...

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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...

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When you talk to a real estate syndicator, they should be focused on a specific property class asset. At Growth Vue we place our focus on B Class apartments with 100+ units that were built between the years of 1981 and 2009, as well as C Class properties with 250 units are more with room for...

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