Liquidity in real estate syndicates has long been an issue, but the team at the investment platform SecondRE Inc. has a solution: a place where investors can buy and sell interests in commercial syndicates on their terms, and with the syndicators’ blessing. When investors know they can get out easily, they’ll be more likely to get in to your deals. Special guest Gil Siedner, VP Business Development at SecondRE, explained how it works and who can cash in during this informative podcast episode: “Liquidity for Syndicators at Last,” hosted by Kim Lisa Taylor, Esq of Syndication Attorneys, PLLC.
Investors looking to expand their real estate portfolio should consider sale-leaseback transactions, a valuable tool for both buyers and sellers in the commercial real estate market. By selling the property and leasing it back, sellers can free up capital while still retaining the use of the property, and buyers can acquire an income stream with the potential for long-term appreciation. To ensure that the deal is structured in a mutually beneficial way, it’s essential to carefully evaluate the terms of any sale-leaseback transaction and work with experienced professionals. Read our blog to learn more!