In this article you’ll learn more about how to become an accredited investor, as well as the ins and outs of real estate syndications. After finishing the second part of this series, you will ultimately discover if you want to add real estate syndications to your investment portfolio. You might also discover that syndications might be the right choice for a future investment expansion; alternatively, they might not be right for you at this time. No matter the decision, all of your questions and concerns will be answered along the way. This article is based on a RealWealth webinar hosted by our Co-Founder and CEO Kathy Fettke and our syndication team.
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