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  • mayojayo
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    I just came across Left Field Investors. nice website with some suggested syndicators and they have a good podcast as well. Much more about the community and vetting sponsors which is nice. The guy creating the content has invested in about 30 syndications if I remember correctly so he seems pretty knowledgeable and he's not a syndicator himself.

    https://leftfieldinvestors.com/

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  • ScopeMonkey
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    https://www.amazon.com/Investing-Rea.../dp/B01IW0G0S0

    This is written by Paul Kaseburg, (penn name Sean Cook), the investment director at MG Properties, and an authority on the topic.

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  • PhudInvestor
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    The hands-off investor by Brian Burke is one of the best books. It can be a little redundant and self-serving at times, but the most thorough book on the subject. It is available on audio books.

    I doubt if you will find anyone doing non- leveraged syndication. The only way to make higher returns is to use loans on the property.

    I own several investment properties, but starting to look at syndication as a way to diversify as my market is over priced currently. Hands-off would be nice if the project can generate a reasonable return.

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  • Brains428
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    I don't know the exact ones. There are years worth of episodes. But here is what is on the first page of "bigger pockets syndication podcast"
    https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/b...-tamiel-kenney
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohaMB27T3jw
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tywf6Q9oufw
    https://www.biggerpockets.com/forums...-did-you-begin
    https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/b...ichole-stohler

    I'm sure there are more. They have a TON of content. I like real estate as an asset class. I'm not a huge fan of how "salesperson"y people can come off, especially the really successful ones.

    My personal experience is with 3 SFH that I own with a partner, but that endeavor started earlier this year (sort of my inflation hedge and diversification to my portfolio. I don't hold any REITs).

    Good luck

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  • RJB
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    Originally posted by Brains428 View Post
    The bigger pockets books are on audible. Dave Van Horn's book on note investing does go into real estate and financing (he's done all angles of real estate). The BP podcast is also pretty decent (lots of fluff, though). I also like the Real Estate CPA podcast.
    Thank you for your response! I will definitely look into that. This is probably too much to ask, but I’m going to go out on a limb. Any specific podcast episodes that discuss things pertinent to my question above?

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  • Brains428
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    The bigger pockets books are on audible. Dave Van Horn's book on note investing does go into real estate and financing (he's done all angles of real estate). The BP podcast is also pretty decent (lots of fluff, though). I also like the Real Estate CPA podcast.

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  • CordMcNally
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    Forums | Real Estate Investing Discussions | BiggerPockets

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  • RJB
    started a topic Passive Real Estate Reading / Education Materials

    Passive Real Estate Reading / Education Materials

    I want to know more about passive real estate investing. I’m hearing lots of terms and have just enough knowledge be dangerous and stupid. I want to know more about leveraged vs u leveraged. Syndication. Equity and debt investments and so on. I have 14 hour round trip car ride coming up. I need some suggestions for reading / audio material.

    I may end up taking a course, but for now please limit your suggesting to books. Or other audio files.

    thank you in advance.
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