Samuel K. Freshman literally wrote the book on modern real estate syndication. He has been practicing law, syndicating and investing in real estate for over 60 years. In this episode, Mr. Freshman shares his wisdom and successful insight on a host of topics ranging from syndicating basics to finding investors to buying smart. He presents the complexities of syndication in a way that is logical and easy to understand.
Samuel K. Freshman, is Board Chairman of Standard Management Company which performs real estate acquisitions, bridge finance, and property management. Active in real estate investment for 60 years as an attorney and investor. He has been an expert witness in real estate, legal matters, finance, lecturer at the Stanford Law and Business Schools, chairman of a bank, title company, and a theatre exhibitor. Chairman Emeritus Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE). Author of books and over 20 published articles, Mr. Freshman is working on a series on saving entitled “The Smartest Way to Save,” “The Smartest Way to Save More,” and “The Smartest Way to Save Big” about becoming rich on a modest income. Sam received a Stanford BA (Pre-Legal, (1954) and a JD (1956). (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 as well as Vice-Chairman of the American Bar Association Real Property Section Sub-Committees on Trade Associations and Real Estate options, and a member of the Construction Industry Panel of the American Arbitration Association.
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