Rich and Kathy

Invest in real estate passively

through professionally managed syndications

Modern residential buildings in the city

Diversify your investments

with single and multi-family rental properties

Doing taxes

Grow your wealth

with cash flow, tax savings, and future appreciation

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Single Family Home Development - Klamath Falls, Oregon

Kathy Fettke’s newest syndication, Ridgewater LLC, is offering a rare and unique opportunity to invest in 156 fully entitled shovel ready single-family development lots in Klamath Falls, Oregon – a robust real estate market with favorable demographics, and an increasing demand for housing. Investors receive 100% of cash distributions in an amount equal to their invested capital, plus a 12.5% preferred return with distributions expected to begin at the end of year one.

How it works


How Syndications Work

Understand your investor status Sccording to the S.E.C., a 506C offering that is open to accredited investors only. You can go to to verify that you are accredited. A 506B offering allows up to 35 non-accredited investors, and is only offered to "friends and family or people with a prior existing relationship."


Understand the Offering

A syndicator should offer investors a private placement memorandum and an operating agreement that spells out the terms of the investment. Always have your CPA review the tax portion to make sure it’s a fit for your strategy. You may want to have your attorney review the documents as well.


Invest with Experts

Funds and syndications should be managed by highly experienced real estate experts who have executed a similar business plan successfully in the past. The quality and experience of the team is everything. The managers will take care of acquisitions, renovations, loans, and on-going management.


Reap the Rewards

Syndications offer a truly passive investment. Experts do the work for you while you enjoy the cash flow, tax deductions and profit (depending on the deal terms.) As a limited partner, you reduce the risk with an extra layer of asset protection while increasing diversification.

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