With decades of high-level Australian real estate experience,  we have partnered early and at every stage of growth with leading Australian developers with strong track records and with billions of dollars in turnover and assets.

Generally speaking, real estate syndications and joint ventures simply means that investors have access to opportunities they could not access individually. By purchasing a smaller share, they can diversify their portfolio and spread the risks.

They can also benefit from the higher returns this type of property can typically yield


As a real estate investor, a joint venture can be an excellent opportunity to enhance the overall performance of investments.

This teamwork strategy is advantageous for several reasons, as it has the ability to combine the knowledge, experience and strengths for the greater good of investors. 

Joint Ventures : Advantages It Brings To Real Estate Investors

Talent Sharing: For real estate investors, far and away the biggest advantage of a joint venture is the support by a network of top-quality developers, agents, valuers, financiers, legal advisers, property consultants and construction companies. 

A joint venture can present immense opportunities to real estate investors, but it’s up to them and their due diligence to identify the right partner. 

Property Syndications: Benefits and Risks

A syndicate is  a group of private investors that invest in high yielding Australian commercial and residential development and other real estate opportunities that can offer significant returns,  while mitigating risk and also eliminating many of the additional costs associated with direct residential property ownership.

Investors may benefit from:

-NO Bank fees

-NO Foreign Investor Tax 

 -NO FIRB application fees

-N0 individual Land Tax

-Professional tax advisory, at no direct cost to the investor

-Professional legal service, at no direct cost to the investor (The Syndicator will get that before opening the syndicate)

-NO individual Stamp Duty

-NO individual Legal fees

- NO individual Capital Gains Tax

-NO individual Tax on rental

-NO Body Corporate Fees

-NO individual Council and water rates

-NO individual Household, fire and contents insurance

-NO Property Managers fees

-NO individual repairs and maintenance

-N0 Leasing fees

-NO Dealing with banks

-NO Tenant issues

-NO Bank loans required

-N0 Vacancy Tax


The term “joint venture” can mean many different things and apply to many different scenarios, but for our purposes it simply represents a collaboration of resources between developers and investors.

In reality, the amount required for smaller commercial and Build to Rent real estate developments is simply too small for most large real estate funding groups to get involved with. This is the "sweet spot" for investment.

As a real estate investor, the benefits of a successful joint venture are second to none. To better understand the advantages it brings, the following highlights three reasons why Aurient considers a joint venture:

Profit Sharing: One of the biggest advantages of a joint venture among real estate investors is sharing profits. In most cases, a joint venture allows a real estate investor to undertake investments they couldn’t afford independently. 

Risk Sharing: Why assume all the risk in real estate when you can soften the blow with a partner? Risk is a reality, but a joint venture with an established team of experts can help to alleviate the uncertainty and pressure most investors face. Additionally, a joint venture offers diversification for any real estate portfolio.

Aurient Founder and Managing Director Michael Bentley

Aurient Founder and Managing Director Michael Bentley has over 35 years high level experience bringing Australian investment opportunities to Asian based investors. Michael welcomes your call on +852 97362218.