This work arose as a result of a need expressed by many attorneys, accountants, contractors, investment bankers, mortgage bankers, real estate brokers, and educators for a practical discussion of the basic principles behind real estate syndication to serve as a basic reference and text. It is intended as an over-view of the functions of the syndicator and the place of syndication in the development and operation of real estate. It will acquaint the reader with the economic background and operation of syndication and leaves the discussion of the historical development of real estate syndication to other publications.

The book is written from the standpoint of real estate syndication in California, but the techniques described should be operable in other jurisdictions as well. Many of the principles relate not only to real estate syndication, but have broader application to the general field of syndicating or joint venturing other types of property.

The reader who intends to acquire an in-depth background may want to review the glossary before reading the other chapters, so that he will have a thorough understanding of the terms used. In this edition the text has been expanded over prior editions. The reader who wants to review sample offering circulars and promotional material can get copies of same from any investment banking firm active in the solicitation and sale of limited partnership interests.
 

 
 

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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 Corpo¬rations 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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