A syndicated property development involves the union of a number of persons to complete a project.
A typical syndicated development team consists of 4 to 6 members who equally invest capital and are able to provide financial guarantee on the borrowings from a typical lending institution. One World Group manages the project from the beginning to end for the syndicate and on sale of the project the profits are distributed accordingly among the group.
How you can be involved
Project Initiator / Developer
If you have found or own a development site but you just don’t have the capital or the ability to finance your project then we can assist you to partner with the right people to bring the skills or capital to the table.
An investor could be someone who wants to join a property development project but only has a portion of the required capital, or lacks the expertise required to complete the project. This person's role in the Syndicate would be to provide some or all of the funding for the project.
One World Group can put you in touch with other investors or a developer seeking an equity partner to form your own Syndicate, where you will be part of a development project bigger than one you could complete alone, managed by our Projects Team.
Benefits to syndicating your project
The major benefit of syndicating your project is the diversification of risk. Let us help to minimise some of the risks in development by partnering with the right people.
The golden Syndication rule - appoint a leader
If you intend on forming your own Syndicate, appointing one director or representative/spokesperson for your project could make a world of difference. We often see that when the going gets tough groups of people lose sight of the goal and individuals attempt to head the project in a different direction to the original plan. So remember to choose a leader or decision maker who's opinion will override others if disputes arise. It is wise to leave this task to the most experienced person in the group.
For more information on syndicated projects please contact our office or email firstname.lastname@example.org.