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Giving Back – Core to our Mission

Giving back is core to our Mission at Growth Vue. This past year we have had the pleasure of financially supportting a missionary named Dallas and his family on their mission overseas. He is in Togo, West Africa, and is building churches, mission homes, and helping share the gospel. The main religions in Togo are…

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How Does Multifamily Syndication Work?

When I first learned about multifamily syndications in 2016 I was blown away at what felt like to me, how secret it was. There are tax-friendly investment vehicles that seem to be exclusive to the rich. After deeper digging, I came to realize that there are deals that non-accredited investors could take part in! At…

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What do Real Estate Syndication Sponsors Do?

For anyone to understand the value, diversification and time freedom of real estate syndications you must understand what a real estate syndication sponsor does. When deals are put together in the syndication world there are two types of partners; the General Partner (GP) and the Limited Partners (LP). The General Partner is also known as…

eQRP Esoteric's. What the rich don't tell you

eQRP Secrets – What the Rich Don’t Tell You

eQRP’s give real estate investors access to their retirement capital in ways that were not previously possible.

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What Do Real Estate Syndications Look For?

Real estate syndication companies are often not the very first investment vehicle that individuals use. The average person usually invests in their work 401k, they have a savings account, they may own some equities, maybe even some Bitcoin. Real estate syndication investments are often the diversifying asset class to a well balanced portfolio. We are…

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Legal Protection and Structuring Real Estate Deals w/ Carl A. Zoellner

Our guest today is Carl A. Zoellner. Carl breaks down how to structure deals and how to ensure legal protection for yourself and investors. GP’s (General Partners) and LP’s (Limited Partners) alike can find value in some of the knowledge Carl shares. As an LP you will learn what questions to ask before entering a…

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4 Key Performance Indicators of Apartment Syndications

When you invest capital with a real estate syndication group there are a myriad of performance indicators that are used for an informative look as to what you can expect to get in return for your investment. Below is a breakdown of the 4 of the most common performance indicators you should be aware of…

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What is the difference between Rule 506 B and 506 C?

If you are new to real estate or want to get started in commercial multifamily syndications, you may have heard there are accredited investor laws that prohibit you from taking part in these deals that always seem to be exclusively available to the wealthy. There are two types of Reg D exceptions you should be…

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Types of Fees in a Real Estate Syndication

There is always a fee and cost when investing in a real estate syndication deal. Today I want to break down a few different fees you will encounter when investing with a General Partner (sponsor) on a real estate syndication. You will find fees at different times of an investment. The fees are always charged…

Tax Benefits of Real Estate Investing w/ Zach Roth

Today’s guest was Zach Roth, a CPA at Elevated Accounting and Tax in Windsor, Colorado. Zach broke down the tax incentives of investing in commercial real estate through syndications and explained how commercial differentiates from residential real estate investing. This was a great one! BREAKDOWN: 0:00 Introduction 1:13 Zach Roth’s Background 3:16 Entity Types in…

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Investment Firms Buying Single Family Homes

There have been many headlines lately about Blackstone and Investment firms buying up single family homes. There was an interesting write up by Slate covering some of the specifics and history of how investment firms acquire single family homes. The TLDR; investment firms are buying up homes that have the greatest potential for rent appreciation and value appreciation…

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4 Real Estate Strategies for Multifamily Syndication Sponsors

When you are analyzing sponsors and who to invest your capital with, you should know the strategy of that sponsor. Some sponsors will be a great fit for you and some will not. Today I am going to break down just a few of the most common real estate strategies. Buy and Hold: Buying and…

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