Syndications Strategy


Welcome to installment #3 of StoneCrest Equity Partners introduction series on investing in Real Estate for maximum wealth growth. So far you have learned about the tax benefits of real estate investing and why Steve and I believe in Real Estate syndications are the best investment strategy for increasing passive cashflow. (If you missed these newsletters click HERE).


In the next several installments we are going to explain our strategy in more detail. It is not enough just to decide to invest in real estate. There are a myriad of options and details to consider. We are going to dive deeper into what we feel are the most important elements to evaluate when deciding on an investment strategy.

What you will learn....

  1. Why Syndications are more powerful than investing on your own (Access prior newsletter here).
  2. Syndication Funds VS. Single property investments (this newsletter).
  3. Advantages of Passive VS Active Investing (next week)
  4. Why we chose New Development instead of existing (hint: its not because we are builders)

And so much more to come!

We hope to help you develop your own personal investment philosophy so you too can increase your passive income stream. We are very passionate about helping you develop a strategy that will grow your wealth, while providing more time to pursue what matters to you.

If you want to accelerate your education, just give us a call and ask anything!

Now why did we decide on a fund (multiple properties) instead of going all in on asingle stellar property?

The overall list is extensive, but here are our top 6 reasons:

  • Diversification spreads risk: By pooling funds from multiple investors, syndication funds can invest in multiple properties across various locations and asset types. This reduces the risk associated with any single property’s performance.
  • Portfolio Balance: Investors gain exposure to a variety of properties, such as residential, commercial, industrial, or mixed-use, which helps balance potential losses and gains across different sectors.
  • Cost Efficiency: More properties mean we can benefit from economies of scale in property management, maintenance, transactional cost, reducing per-unit expenses.
  • Flexible Exit Options: We can structure exit strategies to our best benefit. Exiting some properties, while staying in others to continue earning returns. Versus an all or nothing exit on a single property.
  • Income Streams: We will benefit from multiple income streams generated by different properties. This includes rental income, appreciation and tax benefits which will occur at various times instead of again a “once and done” benefit.
  • Positioning Flexibility: We can strategically acquire properties to round out the benefits to the investors. I.E. if the income stream is steady we can purposely seek out and add a property heavy in tax benefits to the fund to add that element to the returns. Or should an opportunity arise for a heavy cash flowing asset that will increase the quarterly income we can do the same. The flexibility is endless.

I hope you have enjoyed the newsletters so far. If you would like to further your investment education consider joining our StoneCrest Equity Partner Alliance where you will be the first to know about upcoming opportunities, get invited for exclusive site visits and receive even more in depth knowledge on syndications.

As always, we are here to answer your questions and help you achieve more wealth.