Real Estate Syndicators Patrick and Shuo Grimes Announce New Approach to Passive Investing

Patrick and Shuo Grimes have distilled their years of commercial real estate investing into bite-sized chunks that are easy to digest and remember. Best of all, the report is free to anyone interested in multifamily (apartment) investing.

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When they started their commercial real estate syndication company, Invest on Main Street, veteran investors Shuo and Patrick Grimes soon realized that practical passive investor training was difficult to find.

"Much of today's real estate investing education falls into two categories. The sessions either consist of "empty calorie" cheerleading and hype, where promoters try to sell you expensive coaching. Or, training is overly intense and time-consuming and assumes that everyone wants to become a deal sponsor. Either way, the result is often discouraged and overwhelmed investors," explains Patrick.

The tech-savvy husband and wife team understands the frustrations busy professionals feel when they look at investing in multifamily real estate. Both continue to work full time in demanding technology fields; Patrick in automation and Shuo in animation production.

"Busy tech workers, self-employed individuals such as physicians, dentists, lawyers, CPAs, and others, don't have the time to learn every single nuance of the syndication process," Patrick says. "People in these fields often only want precisely the information needed to evaluate the most worthwhile multifamily projects. Our investors are smart but busy people who want to avoid making mistakes when adding commercial real estate assets to their portfolios."

Grimes and his wife Shuo formed Main Street Investors as a passive-investor focused company that gives busy professionals the tools to become competent, confident, and successful.

Shuo Grimes' popular blog, "One Minute to Cash Flow," provides short videos explaining essential passive investing concepts in an easy-to-understand format. Those who want to dive deeper into a particular subject can do so through a variety of longer webinars, podcasts, articles, and reports available at no charge on the Invest on Main Street website.

"We want our investors to have what's necessary to make wise choices without feeling as if they need to go back to school to learn everything. We take on the tedious, complicated tasks for them so they can get on with their lives and careers," says Shuo.

Both Shuo and Patrick enjoy finding the most ideal income-producing properties in the best locations so their investors can experience the transformational power of real estate investing. They consider investing in commercial real estate to be one of the last wealth-creation vehicles available to ordinary Americans.

In between syndications, the Grimes' work to refine their underwriting techniques and produce useful passive investor content, such as their new report: "The Smart Investor's Guide to Passive Investing, which is available at no cost on investonmainstreet.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Patrick Grimes
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Organization: Invest on Main Street
Phone: 1 (415) 347-6096
Website: https://www.investonmainstreet.com/

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