Every kind of investing carries risk, and extraordinary adverse events which affect the workings of an investment do sometimes occur. When you co-invest, however, risk is shared across numerous investors. This is a huge advantage compared to outright ownership of a commercial property, where one investor bears all the financial risk.

As an extreme example, Covid-19 appeared in early 2020 and many businesses such as clubs and pubs were forced to cease trading altogether and therefore couldn’t sustain rentals. The flow-on effect was that investors who held a co- investment in clubs and pubs had to forego income distributions for a time. When these investments were held in property syndication, the financial damage was shared across numerous investors rather than just the one owner, who would have had to bear the total brunt of the loss of rental and perhaps, sadly, even the default of the tenant.

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