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Don’t Get Locked Into a Bad Rate: This Is the Right Way to Do a Syndication w/Jason Yarusi

Syndication has always been an attractive vehicle for investors. You benefit from economies of scale without giving up a ton of money and get access to deals you couldn’t if you did it alone.

The only problem is: the economy we’re in has put massive stress on the model. Syndication relies on a solid exit, but it can be hard to achieve in an unpredictable market. 

Banks are having a hard time pricing deals in this environment. Investors run the risk of being locked into a bad rate, with a pricey exit. The vehicle is also prone to fear and greed which can tank the value of an investment.

Is there a way to build flexibility into the deal so you’re not stuck in the market? Will syndication survive investors pulling their liquidity out? In this episode, Private Fund Manager, Jason Yarusi shares how he’s accumulated 2700+ apartments in 7 years, his incredible backstory, and why he wakes up at 4:32 am every single day. We also discuss the weaknesses of syndication and the strategies Jason put in place to mitigate them in advance.

In order to safeguard our syndications, we take flexibility into account with the deals we’re doing. It gives us an opportunity to react to the market instead of being stuck in it. -Jason Yarusi



Things You’ll Learn In This Episode

  • 4-3-2-1 Go
    After constantly repeating chaotic cycles and getting burned out on transactional jobs, how did Jason change his life? Why does he wake up at 4:32 am every single day?
  • Succeed, amplify then build momentum
    So many people are doing syndications, but they aren’t all built the same. How did Jason get the process dialed in before he expanded?
  • Protect against fear and greed
    Life happens and people will need liquidity. This typically leads to solid investments losing their value. Is there a way to set-up a syndication so people can’t prematurely pull money out?
  • How to safeguard syndication
    With everything happening in the economy, it’s easy for an investor to get locked into a  bad deal. Can we build in flexibility even if it’s more pricey on the front end?


Guest Bio:

Jason Yarusi is a Private Fund Manager overseeing a $285 million Multifamily Real Estate portfolio at Yarusi Holdings. Since 2017, we’ve acquired 2,700+ apartment units. Beyond work, I’m an ultra runner and fitness enthusiast, hosting The Multifamily Live Podcast and leading the 7 Figure Multifamily Mastermind. Each day, I rise at 4:32 am, and I’m a proud father of three with a loving spouse. For more information, go to and follow @JasonYarusi on Instagram.


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