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  • 01. What is a real estate syndication?
    A real estate syndication is an efficient way for investors to pool their money together to purchase larger real estate assets that they typically couldn’t manage or afford to purchase as an individual investor. Generally, by leveraging and raising additional funds from outside investors to purchase it, we force appreciation and then actively manage the asset. Typically 25%-30% of the funds are pooled together from the syndicator and the passive investors, and the other 70%-75% of the funds come from the lender/bank. There are many parties involved in syndication, including, but not limited to, CPAs, lenders, real estate brokers, attorneys, property managers, passive investors (you) and the syndicator who puts the whole deal together and manages the asset.
  • 02. What is an Accredited Investor?
    An accredited investor is an individual who meets the guidelines and requirements of income and net worth based on securities and exchange commissions (SEC) regulations. This is so that the SEC can ensure proper protection for all investors. To be an accredited investor, you must satisfy at least one of the following: 1. Have an annual income of $200,000, or $300,000 for joint income, for each of the last two years, with expectations of earning the same or higher income this year. 2. Have a net worth exceeding $1 million, not counting your primary home.
  • 03. What is a K-1?
    A K-1 form is a tax document that acknowledges revenue for the year. One will be given to each investor in a combination. It’s a standard procedure with real estate partnerships and LLCs to issue one per partner.
  • 04. When my K-1 shows income, how is it taxed?
    The income shown on your Schedule K-1 may relate to one of the following: -Interest Income -Rental Income -Gains from the property sale To further understand the differentiation between the various categories of income, we strongly recommend contacting your tax advisor or accountant.

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