How We Differ from Syndicators
Typically, a syndicator makes his money through the sale of a property, which, unless “exchanged” into another asset, has the downside of creating a taxable event for investors. Additionally, syndicators generally have short-term (five to seven year) investment horizons, subscribing to a philosophy of “get in, get out.”
Through experience, we have found that a long-term hold (15-25 years) produces the optimal return on investment for clients based on the benefits of appreciation and refinancing. By following this model, we maximize all aspects of our investments by holding onto them for longer terms, usually followed by an exchange so our clients avoid capital gains taxes.