Invest in Multifamily Real Estate

Why Invest in A Multi-Family Syndication?

  • Low Risk and Stable
  • Above Average Returns
  • Cash Flow
  • Great Tax Benefits
  • Hedge Against Inflation
  • Amortization
  • Appreciation

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How It Works?

1 – We Buy

Cardone Capital finds the deals, negotiates the purchase and financing, and closes the deal.

2 – You Invest

You invest in institutional quality assets. This is Not a REIT or Stock.

3 – We Collect Rents

Our portfolio of properties generates monthly rental payments from our creditworthy tenants.

4 – You Get Paid

We pay out cash distributions monthly to you, the investor.

Anthony Metzger

My Name is Anthony Metzger, I was born and raised in the great state of Minnesota. After high school, at the age of 18, I flew off to France to become a sommelier, that’s right, I love wine! In fact, I spent my entire 20’s in the wine industry. I worked as a sommelier, a traveling winemaker (someone who travels to different countries during harvest season to make wine) and I filmed wine documentaries. I went to South Africa for 5 weeks to host and film a documentary called “South Africa Wine Documentary – The Pink Grape” on YouTube, click here to watch it.

After my wine adventures, near the end of my 20’s, I decided I wanted to get into the real-estate world, quite a different path, I know. One day, my brother Frederic introduced me to an apartment syndication investing podcast. After listening to the podcast, I decided that I wanted to become a syndicator. Moving forward, I found a private equity firm that was actively syndicating deals. I reached out and asked how I could add value to them. Their answer was to find them an apartment building to buy that meets their investment criteria. Next, I got educated on how to underwrite multi-family deals. I spent the next year and a half calling brokers, sourcing deals, underwriting deals, and making offers. After about 18 months of searching, a deal came across my inbox from a broker. Sure enough, after underwriting the deal, working with property management companies, and doing my due diligence, the deal met all of the private equity firm’s investment criteria. Once I was confident in the deal, I presented the deal to the firm and sure enough they accepted it and closed on it with me. This was my first real-estate deal, a 218-unit apartment complex! Since then I have closed on another deal and am actively looking to syndicate another big deal. 

Advisors & Partners

Matt and his partners have achieved considerable success turning their $5,000 investments into a portfolio worth more than $20M, but his greatest passion is teaching. Today, Matt and his wife live in Minneapolis with their three kids. They are active in their church and enjoy all that Minnesota has to offer. Real Estate has given Matt and his family the gift of being planted and he wants to help you do the same.

Drew began his real estate career working for a boutique investment banking firm in St. Paul, Minnesota which specialized in the syndication of public and private limited partnership real estate funds focusing on net-leased single-tenant properties.  Drew began investing in real estate by purchasing single family homes in his home town of St. Paul, Minnesota and later expanded to apartment syndication.  Drew has expanded his portfolio to over 2,700 units by acquiring muti-family properties in Minnesota, Seattle, Little Rock, Atlanta and Memphis markets.  In addition to being an full time real estate investor, syndicator, and coach, as of 2018 he is a Professor of Finance at Bethel University in St. Paul and lives with his wife and four children in Mahtomedi, Minnesota.

As President of Nighthawk, Drew Kniffin manages all aspects of our portfolio, including acquisitions, asset management and capital raising.

Before joining Nighthawk, he owned 400 residential units himself. Andrew has a corporate finance and real estate investing career that spans a decade. After finishing graduate school (JD/MBA), Andrew was an investment banker providing corporate valuation analysis.


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