Turnkey real estate investing is very passive, but it’s not 100% passive. A couple of totally hands-off investments are funds and syndications. What’s the difference between the two?
What is a fund?
Funds are regulated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Each fund has its own strengths; some funds earn higher interest, some funds have lower minimum investments, and money may remain inside a fund for various durations.
There is always risk in investing, but funds mitigate risk by diversifying invested money in larger projects. Funds do not require participants to be accredited investors.
What is a syndication?
The term syndication refers to a venture where a group of people team up to make something happen that would have been impossible without combining forces. Freedom Family Investments has experience doing syndications to fund large deals.
Syndications can invest in any venture, they are not limited to real estate.
Multiple syndications can be contained inside a single fund.
Freedom Family Investment Funds
We offer 4 main types of funds:
• Fixed Income Fund
• Real Estate Investments Funds
• Private Equity Funds
• Short Term Funds