No matter how excellent an apartment deal appears to be on the outset, not being able to secure adequate funding can cause it to fall apart. Fortunately, the right tactics can help you secure investment property financing.

In this Syndication School series, we will discuss the process of securing the financing (i.e., debt) for your apartment syndications.

Part 1: Recourse vs. Nonrecourse, Bridge vs. Agency Debt, and the Loan Guarantor

What you will learn:

  • The two types of debt – recourse and nonrecourse
  • How to approach the process of guaranteeing the loan
  • The two main types of investment property financing – permanent and bridge

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Click here to listen to Part 1.

Part 2: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Loan Programs

What you will learn:

  • Characteristics of the different Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loan programs

Click here to listen to Part 2.

Part 3: What to Provide to the Lender

What you will learn:

  • The remaining common apartment loan programs
  • The 6 things you need to provide to the lender to securing financing

Click here to listen to Part 3.

Part 4: How to Select the Ideal Apartment Loan

What you will learn:

  • Questions to ask yourself to determine the ideal apartment loan for your syndication deal

Click here to listen to Part 4.

Securing investment property financing for your syndication deal is a multifaceted process that can yield major financial rewards. We can guide you through this process so that you no longer have to worry about passing up apartment deals due to a lack of financing. Contact us to find out more about investing in apartments and funding your deals successfully today.

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