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4 Passive Real Estate Investing Myths You Might Be Wrong About

Due to the explosion of crowdfunding and online investment offerings, more and more people are exploring opportunities to passively invest in multifamily real estate syndications.

Real estate syndication is when a group of accredited investors pool together -- or "syndicate" -- their equity in order to acquire properties much bigger than they could afford (or manage) on their own. Syndication is a great avenue to balance risk by diversifying investments across geographic regions and property types.

A Sponsor, or "Syndicator," is the firm pooling investors together. The Sponsor conducts in-depth market research, provides underwriting and due diligence

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