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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Real Estate / Commercial
  • Language:English
  • Pages:496
  • eBook ISBN:9780982474655

Principles of Real Estate Syndication

by Samuel K. Freshman

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Overview
50,000 copies of earlier editions of this book have been sold. This work is a "how to do it" book with definitive easy to understand thinking on real estate syndication theory and practice with excellent examples and illustrations which can be applied to any type of business enterprise including Entertainment, Oil and Gas, Timber, Agricultural, Manufacturing, Restaurant, Venture Capital, Import and Export, and all other kinds of industries. The book contains 22 chapters covering such vital matters as: What is Syndication?, Types of Syndications, Why Syndicate Interests are Purchased, Syndication Leverage, Syndication Risks and Responsibilities, Advantages and Disadvantages of Syndication, Syndication Motivation and Profit Formulas, Selecting What to Syndicate, Syndicating Cash to Loan, Syndicating for All Cash, How to Acquire Property, The Profits Agreement, Sources of property, How to prepare an agreement for Purchase and Sale of Property, Leverage Techniques, Selecting the Entity, Tax Considerations, Preparation of the Partnership Agreement, Licensing and Regulation of Syndication Activities, Finder's Fees and Brokerage Commissions, How to Market Syndicate Shares, and Providing Liquidity for Syndicate Interests. The work also contains extensive glossaries of real estate, entertainment, and oil and gas terms as well as an Appendix of applicable rules, regulations and forms.
Description
50,000 copies of earlier editions of this book have been sold. This work is a "how to do it" book with definitive easy to understand thinking on real estate syndication theory and practice with excellent examples and illustrations which can be applied to any type of business enterprise including Entertainment, Oil and Gas, Timber, Agricultural, Manufacturing, Restaurant, Venture Capital, Import and Export, and all other kinds of industries. THE AUTHOR Samuel Freshman has long distinguished himself in the legal and real estate field. He is a past Chairman of the Legal and Accounting Committee of the California Real Estate Association Syndication Division. He has lectured extensively on the subjects of real estate syndication, finance and law before Realty Boards, Bar Associations, CPA Societies, Colleges and Universities. Mr. Freshman assisted in the preparation of both the California Corporation and Real Estate Commissioner’s syndicate regulations. He is a partner in numerous real estate investments. He is a graduate of Stanford University and Stanford University Law School. In 1958 he founded and became the senior partner of a prestigious Los Angeles law firm. In 1962 Sam formed Standard Management Company which has sponsored hundreds of millions of dollars of investments in real estate projects throughout the U.S.A. An author of many Articles on Syndication and real estate, he has qualified numerous times as an expert witness on real estate and finance in both the federal and state courts. ‘Principles of Real Estate Syndication’ contains 22 chapters covering such vital matters as: What is Syndication?, Types of Syndications, Why Syndicate Interests are Purchased, Syndication Leverage, Syndication Risks and Responsibilities, Advantages and Disadvantages of Syndication, Syndication Motivation and Profit Formulas, Selecting What to Syndicate, Syndicating Cash to Loan, Syndicating for All Cash, How to Acquire Property, The Profits Agreement, Sources of property, How to prepare an agreement for Purchase and Sale of Property, Leverage Techniques, Selecting the Entity, Tax Considerations, Preparation of the Partnership Agreement, Licensing and Regulation of Syndication Activities, Finder's Fees and Brokerage Commissions, How to Market Syndicate Shares, and Providing Liquidity for Syndicate Interests. The work also contains extensive glossaries of real estate, entertainment, and oil and gas terms as well as an Appendix of applicable rules, regulations and forms.
About the author
Samuel K. Freshman, formerly a principal in Freshman, Marantz, Orlanski, Cooper & Klein Law Corporation, of Beverly Hills, California, has lectured and written extensively on Real Estate Financing and Syndication. A graduate of Stanford University and Stanford Law School, he is a general partner in numerous real estate syndications. As a member of the California Real Estate Commissioner's and California Corporations Commissioner's Advisory Committees, he assisted in drafting state syndications legislation. Mr. Freshman has served as Chairman of the Legal Committee of the California Real Estate Association, Syndication Division; Secretary of the National Real Estate Securities Institute; and Chairman of the Real Property Committee, Beverly Hills Bar Association. Vice-Chairman of the American Bar Association Real Property Section Sub-Committees on Trade Associations and options, and a member of the Construction Industry Panel of the American Arbitration Association. He has been an expert witness in matters relating to real estate trade practice, fiduciary duties, due diligence, and lease interpretation of real estate law in both state and federal courts. He has lectured at Stanford, UCLA, Pepperdine, and Loyola law schools and was an Adjunct Professor of Real Estate at the Graduate School of Business of the University of Southern California He has more than thirty years experience in acquiring syndications and managing real property.
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