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Market Rent

The market rent refers to the market value of a rental unit for lease based upon comparable rental rates for similar units in close proximity to the subject. Used to calculate value, cash flow, and potential loan amounts.

Internal Rate of Return

The IRR is calculated based on all future anticipated cash flow, principal pay down of debt, and proceeds on the exit of a property.

What is an Accredited Investor?

An accredited investor is an individual who qualifies to invest in real estate syndications by satisfying one of the requirements for of an annual income of $200,000—or $300,000 for joint income—or a net worth of at least $1 million (not including primary residence).

General FAQ's

Market Rent

The market rent refers to the market value of a rental unit for lease based upon comparable rental rates for similar units in close proximity to the subject. Used to calculate value, cash flow, and potential loan amounts.

Limited Partner

In contrast to the general partner, a limited partner’s liability is limited to the extent of their share of ownership. In typical real estate syndication, a limited partner is a passive investor who puts in the capital.

Internal Rate of Return

The IRR is calculated based on all future anticipated cash flow, principal pay down of debt, and proceeds on the exit of a property.

What is an Accredited Investor?

An accredited investor is an individual who qualifies to invest in real estate syndications by satisfying one of the requirements for of an annual income of $200,000—or $300,000 for joint income—or a net worth of at least $1 million (not including primary residence).

Passive Partner

Limited Partner

In contrast to the general partner, a limited partner’s liability is limited to the extent of their share of ownership. In typical real estate syndication, a limited partner is a passive investor who puts in the capital.

Internal Rate of Return

The IRR is calculated based on all future anticipated cash flow, principal pay down of debt, and proceeds on the exit of a property.

What is an Accredited Investor?

An accredited investor is an individual who qualifies to invest in real estate syndications by satisfying one of the requirements for of an annual income of $200,000—or $300,000 for joint income—or a net worth of at least $1 million (not including primary residence).

 

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