If you want there to be a change in your life, you must make some changes.Peter Drucker
Another Druckerism – In this type of market, you should not spend excessive time making extensive long-term business plans. You should analyze the chaos around you and react quickly.
How About Equity Sharing, Seller Carrybacks, Syndication?
1. Equity Sharing:
Placing an investor owner and a renting owner into a partnership (tenants-in-common) to buy a home.
This was used in the early 90’s when buyers could not qualify and/or did not have enough down payment. Start studying now.
I did some Equity Shares, and they were successful but you need outstanding legal advice to prepare contracts. CAR has a great Q & A on this subject.
A valuable tool as a buyer needs less down payment so they can buy a home.
The seller defers taxes to a later time, plus sells their home quickly and for a higher price, and earns interest for many years on money that would have gone to pay income taxes.
For a couple decades I was a “Boutique Syndicator”. I would find a good- size apartment unit and solicit investors to become limited partners with me as general partner.
I would earn commissions going in and a commission going out plus management fees during ownership and as a double plus a minor percentage of any gain.
These were small non-public syndication to keep legal costs low and back in the “old” days I could have a maximum of only ten investors.