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@Richard Prillerman it depends on how actively involved you want to be. I am levering up my single family portfolio as well. I will be using proceeds to double down into my own multifamily syndications. It shows our money partners that I am willing to invest in deals that I am raising money for (congruency).

But, if you want to become less active, you can build a relationship with several syndicators and invest more passively. It really depends on your goals.

Tax liens are good in some states. You could also do development. It really does depend on your goals and where you see yourself in 5 years. You may want to spend some time thinking about that before making any big decisions.

Best of luck.

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