Real Estate Syndications
Apartment investing is commonly referred to as a real estate syndication. A syndication is essentially a real estate investment where a group of individuals pool their money and purchase a property.
As a passive investor in a real estate syndication, you don’t have to do any of the work. You invest your money and start earning. It’s a great way to invest in real estate without having to do it alone.
Why Invest in Apartments
Get rewarding returns so you can continue to grow your wealth.
Get all the benefits of apartment investments, including passive income, without any of the hassles of managing the property.
Diversify your portfolio by investing in real estate.
Apartments are a proven, stable, and inflationary resistant asset class. We strategically source multifamily properties that are designed to perform well in all market cycles.
Eliminate the stress of the stock market roller coaster.
Small investors can pool capital to acquire large apartments instead of only the ultra wealthy getting these opportunities.
Real estate appreciates over time, which increases the value of your equity and ultimately, your wealth.
Many Funding Options
As an investor you have multiple funding options: Cash, Self-Directed IRA, Solo 401K, SEP IRA, SIMPLE IRAs, Trust and LLC.
How it Works
We work with the industry’s best property management, insurance, lender
and legal companies to fully vet every purchase to protect your investment.
Getting Started is Simple
Work with our preferred partners to open
a self-directed retirement account or invest with cash.
The Borough Apartments
Fort Worth, TX
Kings Tree Apartments
Orange Park, FL
Villas at Cedar Creek Apartments
Park Place Apartments
Orange Park, FL
Millington Oaks Apartments
Twin Oaks Apartments
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