How Can You Set Yourself Up for Success In Syndication?

How Can You Set Yourself Up for Success In Syndication?

The best way to set yourself up for success in syndication is to have a ready source of potential investors so that when you have a deal, you have investors to call.

You do this by developing a marketing program that includes live networking to meet and create a list of potential investors, following up after the event to get to know them, and then periodically keeping in touch with them to let them know what you are doing. The follow-up can be in person, on the phone, or via an email drip system.

You can establish credibility by having a company, a business card, a compelling company name and title, a professionally designed corporate brochure and website.

Once you decide to be a syndicator, you are no longer just a real estate investor; you are also in the marketing business.

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About Syndication Attorneys

We are NOT your stereotypical law firm. We don’t believe in simply taking your money, handing you a stack of technical, often-incomprehensible legal documents and then bidding you good luck and good-bye. At Syndication Attorneys PLLC, we are committed to your success – not just with the project at hand, but your continuing success in business and investing. We are your long-term legal team.

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