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Busy professionals often wonder if it's possible to build a big real estate portfolio while working. The answer is "YES! But..." And today you can learn what it takes. Powell Chee, our guest on this episode, has built a big multifamily real estate portfolio by syndicating properties while working as a busy professional.
Syndication allows passive investors to invest their capital alongside active investment providers, or syndicators. Powell is one of those syndicators, who brings passive investors into his deals. Syndication is a great opportunity for both parties, because investors can get a preferential position in the cash flow distributions, can directly own an asset, and can partner with active investors they know, like, and trust!
Tune in to learn how a busy professional can become an active real estate syndicator!
Lessons you'll learn today:
- How to get started
- How to scale, quickly
- What assets to buy
- How to buy those assets
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