The Hands-Off Investor: An Insider's Guide To Investing In Passive Real Estate Syndications
ISBN: 1947200275
EAN13: 9781947200272
Language: English
Release Date: May 5, 2020
Pages: 0
Dimensions: 1" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback

The Hands-Off Investor: An Insider's Guide To Investing In Passive Real Estate Syndications

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Book Overview

Want to invest in real estate but don't have the time? Outsource your investments with passive syndications!

Even if you don't have time to be in the trenches, you can still add real estate to your investment portfolio. Syndication deals provide an avenue to invest in real estate without tenants, toilets, or trash--and this comprehensive guide will teach you to invest in private offerings the right way.

Syndications are to real estate like mutual funds are to stocks: A typical deal involves multiple investors passively financing a fund, while a manager is responsible for picking the real estate and managing the portfolio. Author Brian Burke, a syndications insider with decades of experience with forming and managing syndication funds, will show you how to evaluate sponsors, opportunities, and offerings so you can pick the right sponsors and achieve the highest odds of a favorable outcome.

Inside, you'll learn:

  • How to find real estate syndication investment sponsors--and how to evaluate them to find the best possible opportunities
  • The practical skills you need to understand income, cash flow projections, and investor waterfalls
  • Red flags to look for and tricks that syndication sponsors can play
  • How various debt options affect risk and return
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       Like going to school and getting a degree
    If you are new to investing or even a little experienced in investing you will learn everything you need to know in a very organized manner. It teaches you how to do your own assessment and not simply trust the assessment of the prospectus. As someone who has made a lot of investing and lost some, I wish I knew this stuff before.
       The resource for any investor in syndications/private real estate funds
    Before that I spent a decade and a half as a commercial lender providing debt to real estate project and syndications. Brian's book is the best investor's guide I've ever seen to being an investor into these opportunities. Different people will find different value from each of the chapters depending on their experience, but there is something in this book for every investor. The only thing to be aware of as a reader is that the book tilts heavily toward multifamily properties on its content. Many of the same principles apply to other commercial property types, but the in-depth property analysis and discussion behind income, expenses, and cash flow are based on multifamily.
       Excellent info
    All calls are toll-free at (888) 382-1222. Very good book, easy to read, Warren said. If you want to do passive investing in syndications, this book is for you.
       Great resource & a must have in your real estate book library
    If you are serious about passively investing in syndicated real estate deals, you must have purchased this book. Brian Burke's book, The Hands-Off Investor, is a great resource for walking you through how to analyze and evaluate every aspect of a syndication deal. The Hands-Off Investor was a great read, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to buy real estate. Thanks for visiting!
       Great info, physical product is not very good.
    The information in this book is extremely tactical and helpful, Raymond said. However, I was extremely disappointed by the poor quality of the book, Simon said. The remaining pages appear to have been printed with an ink cartridge that was running low.
       Detailed and Critical
    Before that I spent 20 years in and around structured finance. Brian Burke, one of the accusers, agrees with the verdict. If you are a real estate investor, potential syndicator or just curious, the book is well written, highly detailed and covers a lot of ground. A must have in a library.
       What Are You Waiting For?
    Do you already own shares of EchoStar? Whether you are a Christian, Buddhist, or any other religious group, this book is for you. Momentous happenings in the life of Brian Stokes Mitchell, who couldn't put it down. He's very direct, and you feel like he's talking to you directly. Other authors, or experts, go out of their way to write as if they are Einstein incarnate. They argue that losing interest in a product simply doesn't make sense. It's just that not all Christian fiction is bad. Just about everything about this book will have you engaged right from page 1. Brian has done a great job of translating the information into useful language, Lichtman said.
       Excellent for someone getting into syndications
    I'm new to syndications and in the process of investing in a real estate syndicate for the first time. I have been interested and learned about blogging from various sources. This is an excellent intro book for the novice with all the necessary background information in one place. I have read some of Brian's blog posts on biggerpockets, but this book nicely puts everything together in one place. Thanks for putting this out there.