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  • #2
    Kinda salesy

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    • #3
      Yea I don't know why real estate syndications and all other sorts of this BS gets pitched repeatedly, clearly someone is benefitting, if we only had the same amount of spite for this as we do for VUL

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      • #4
        "It's not uncommon to have an average annualized return of 12-16%" - real estate syndication = ok great let's pitch this trash
        "It's not uncommon to have an average annualized return of 12-16%" - anything crypto-related = highly skeptical

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        • #5
          Originally posted by auggie1983 View Post
          Yea I don't know why
          its not hard to figure out why

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          • #6
            Originally posted by auggie1983 View Post
            "It's not uncommon to have an average annualized return of 12-16%" - real estate syndication = ok great let's pitch this trash
            "It's not uncommon to have an average annualized return of 1200-1600%" - anything crypto-related = highly skeptical
            Fixed it. 😀

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PhysicianOnFIRE View Post

              Fixed it. 😀
              Okay we forgive you now

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              • #8
                Originally posted by PhysicianOnFIRE View Post

                Fixed it. 😀
                Lol, I was just gonna post the same thing. It's true though...

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                • #9
                  Or a teeny bit of leverage, which is what is generating these returns even if you could take them at face value.

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                  • #10
                    Would compare the constant RE syndicate posts to a form of malpractice. It’s clearly self promoted shilling, they tend to underperform and numerous people have complained about issues with them not sending documentation in claimed times or even getting their distributions when they are supposed to.

                    The game is up, stop promoting it.

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                    • #11
                      Yeah, the higher advertised returns is just from leverage in the real estate world. You can apply the same leverage in the stock market and do just as well or better.

                      The difference is callable vs non-callable leverage/debt so you have to be more careful.

                      Where real estate wins is if you're able to write off depreciation using REP status and 1031 exchange.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Nysoz View Post
                        Yeah, the higher advertised returns is just from leverage in the real estate world. You can apply the same leverage in the stock market and do just as well or better.

                        The difference is callable vs non-callable leverage/debt so you have to be more careful.

                        Where real estate wins is if you're able to write off depreciation using REP status and 1031 exchange.
                        Yes exactly not the easy passive 12+% returns pitched on this syndications!

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