Monthly Archives: February 2022

A Peek Into The Projected Returns In A Real Estate Syndication

As you probably know, no two real estate investments are exactly the same. There are a million ways to structure a real estate deal, and just as many potential outcomes. Some deals offer a huge potential upside, but also come with huge risks. Others offer steady cash flow, but without the potential for appreciation. At Goodegg […]

Anatomy Of A Real Estate Syndication Investment Summary: What To Look For And How To Tell When A Deal Is “Good”

Ah, investment summaries. They’re the all-in-one marketing package / business plan / underwriting explainer / photo gallery / why-you-should-invest-in-this-deal packet for every commercial real estate syndication deal that everyone loves and hates. Often, when deal sponsors are raising money for their deals, they’ll put together investment summaries to explain to potential investors why the deal is […]

7 Steps To Investing In Your First Real Estate Syndication

For most people, the process of buying a house is fairly familiar. You decide you want to buy a house, think about the neighborhoods and features in your must-have versus nice-to-have columns, talk with a lender to see how big a loan they’re willing to give you, consequently move some things from your must-have to […]

Retirement 2.0: What If You Could Retire Now, Not Decades In The Future?

Have you ever seen one of these billboards on the side of the highway? The message rings so true, doesn’t it? Most of us either procrastinate or put our retirement savings on autopilot. After all, retirement is decades down the road, so why do we need to think about it right now? What we need to think […]

7 Eye-Opening Things Every Passive Real Estate Investor Should Know About Taxes

If you’re like me, one of the last things you think about when investing in a new venture, is taxes. It’s way more fun to think about all the potential luxury vacations you’ll take and the new cars you’ll buy, than to think about the taxes you’ll be paying. Well, I’m here to tell you […]