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“The savviest investors I know invest their capital in private real estate offerings.
I started Burns Capital as a way to give technology employees the ability to invest in top-notch real estate deals, without taking them away from their careers.”
Tom “TJ” Burns
Founder, Burns Capital Partners
As Technology Professionals, we innovate and are paid well for doing so. But the grind required to get our jobs done isn’t always sustainable. How do we best set ourselves up to work because we want to, and not because we have to?
What Is A Real Estate Syndication?
This describes the most common partnership in buying commercial real estate.
A syndication allows a group of individual investors to pool their capital and buy larger and more valuable properties than each person could afford individually. A syndication typically includes limited partners, who contribute capital in exchange for ownership, low liability, and passivity, and general partners, who manage the deal in exchange for a share of the profits. The majority of commercial real estate in the US is purchased through syndications
How To Get Started
Once ready, fill out our Investor Questionnaire so that you can start receiving access to offerings. If you’re not accredited, you may still be able to take part in certain deals after booking a call first.
We partner with strong operators in markets around the country in order to bring our investors the best risk adjusted opportunities. We send these opportunities out a few times a year to our list of investors.
Once you find an opportunity that fits your goals, you’ll have the option to subscribe to the offering, which grants you ownership in the asset, and all the benefits that come with that. We invest in all our offerings in the same share class as our investors, and we’re always available throughout the process.
Your job is done; we’ll now execute on the business plan, which will increase the value of the asset. We’ll return this to our investors in the form of cash flow distributions, and upon capital events like refinance or sale.