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The Gold Collar Investor

Feb 14, 2022

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Rajan Gupta - co-founder and principal of Mesos Capital. What is real estate syndication? How does it function? How are these properties being valued? What does our business plan look like? What kind of returns are you to the investors and what should they expect? We tend to get asked a lot about these questions so, in this episode, we’ll tackle it all for you!

Rajan has been a guest of The Gold Collar Investor Podcast multiple times yet he has never failed to provide his knowledge and comprehension on various topics. In this episode, he would share his insights about property syndication as he discusses how it works, where they focus their properties and how it is valued, and different offerings the Mesos Capital has in store for you!

Listen and enjoy the show!



“Think about syndication as a partnership. It's like a bunch of investors or private individuals coming together to lend their resources and time to do a project.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 0:37 - Pancham welcomes back Rajan to the show
  • 2:20 - Overview of syndication and how it works
  • 3:34 - Single-family home valuation vs. commercial property valuation
  • 7:09 - Their business plan and the 2 key things for choosing an investment property
  • 9:38 - Major differences between Class A and Class B shares
  • 13:39 - How a preferred return operates
  • 16:11 - Identifying what Mesos Capital offerings is perfect for you
  • 21:51 - The benefits and risks of cash-out refinance

3 Key Points:

  1. A single-family home is valued based on the surrounding properties which are beyond one’s control while commercial properties are being valued by its income metrics. 
  2. Focusing their investment strategy on picking the location with high-growth markets and choosing Class B properties helps them increase the property’s value.
  3. Evaluating the kind of shares that would best fit you would be based on your liquidity situation, your tax situation, and the risks you’re willing to take.

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