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Welcome to Aspior Capital

Transform Your Business Success

into Lasting Wealth

At Aspior Capital, we empower business owners like you to leverage your success into sustainable, long-term wealth. Through strategic multifamily apartment investments, we offer a pathway to financial security and prosperity.

Why Invest in Multifamily Apartments?

Economies of Scale

Benefit from efficiencies and cost savings that come with managing multiple units under one roof, instead of managing multiple single family homes.


Multifamily properties offer a reliable source of income, even in uncertain economic times.

Tax Benefits

Take advantage of depreciation, deductions, and other tax incentives available to multifamily property owners.


Historically, multifamily real estate has shown steady appreciation over time, providing a valuable hedge against market fluctuations.

Hedge Against Inflation

Real estate investments have historically outpaced inflation, preserving the value of your investment.

Cash Flow

Enjoy consistent cash flow from rental income, providing a reliable source of passive income.

What Is

Real Estate Syndication?

Real estate syndication allows investors to pool their resources to acquire and manage larger properties than they could afford individually. Aspior Capital acts as the sponsor, sourcing and managing the investment while investors enjoy passive income and potential appreciation.

How Investing with Us Works?

We Locate

Our experienced team identifies multifamily properties with strong value propositions and significant upside potential.

You Invest

 As an investor, you become a partner in the property, contributing funds through various investment vehicles such as 1031 exchanges, QRP accounts, self-directed IRAs, or traditional cash investments.

We Collect Rent

Our portfolio of properties generates steady monthly income through rental payments and other revenue streams.

You Get Paid

As an investor, you receive regular cash distributions from the property's income, providing you with a reliable source of passive income.

Why Choose Us?

Investing in real estate can be intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. At Aspior Capital, we offer:

  • Expertise: Our team brings decades of experience and a proven track record in multifamily real estate investment.

  • Transparency: We believe in open communication and provide regular updates on investment performance and property management.

  • Partnership: We view our investors as partners and prioritize their interests above all else.

  • Results: Our investment strategies are designed to deliver strong, consistent returns over the long term.

About Us

Welcome to Aspior Capital, where we've redefined the art of wealth management. Founded with a vision to empower discerning investors with unparalleled control over their financial destinies, we specialize in crafting bespoke investment strategies tailored to generate substantial, sustainable wealth over the long term.

At Aspior Capital, we understand that your financial aspirations extend far beyond mere numbers on a balance sheet. That's why we prioritize investments that not only promise lucrative returns but also offer tangible assets and reliable cash flow. Gone are the days of uncertain retirement plans and hidden fees. With Aspior Capital, you gain full transparency and autonomy over your investments, ensuring that every dollar works tirelessly towards securing your future.

Our journey began from a place of frustration with the status quo. As seasoned investors ourselves, we grew weary of the elusive promises of traditional retirement plans and the opaque nature of conventional investment vehicles. Determined to offer a better alternative, we built Aspior Capital on the foundation of real assets—tangible properties, transparent income statements, and meticulously crafted business plans that put you in the driver's seat of your financial journey.

With Aspior Capital, you're not just investing in numbers; you're investing in confidence, transparency, and control. Join us as we pave the way towards a future where your financial dreams are not just aspirations but tangible realities.

Meet Chris Gaither

Founder of Aspior Capital

Chris Gaither is on a mission to empower business owners to achieve financial freedom and spend more time with their families. As the founder of Aspior Capital, Chris is dedicated to showing entrepreneurs how to navigate the world of real estate investing, specifically in multifamily apartments. We believe in creating lasting partnerships with our investors. Our goal is simple: to help business owners save on taxes, earn passive income, and ultimately achieve financial independence through strategic investments in multifamily apartments.


We strive to provide business owners with access to high-quality multifamily investment opportunities, offering exceptional returns and peace of mind through transparent, collaborative partnerships.


To become the premier partner for business owners seeking to build lasting wealth through multifamily real estate investments.

Ready to take the next step toward building lasting wealth? Contact us today to learn more about our investment opportunities.


What is syndication?

Syndication is a strategy where multiple investors pool their financial resources and expertise to invest in real estate properties that would typically be too expensive or risky for any one investor to undertake alone. In this arrangement, a sponsor or lead investor identifies and manages the investment opportunity, while the other investors contribute capital.

What is a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM)?

A Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) is a legal document used in private securities offerings to provide potential investors with detailed information about the investment opportunity. It typically includes information about the company or project seeking investment, its business model, financial statements, risks involved, terms of the investment, and other relevant disclosures.

The PPM serves several purposes:

  1. Disclosure: It provides comprehensive information to potential investors, ensuring they are fully informed about the investment opportunity and associated risks.

  2. Legal Protection: By providing thorough disclosures, the issuer aims to protect itself from potential claims of misrepresentation or fraud by investors.

  3. Regulatory Compliance: The PPM helps ensure compliance with securities regulations, particularly in private placements exempt from full registration with regulatory authorities.

  1. Investor Understanding: It helps investors make informed decisions by providing detailed information about the investment's structure, terms, and risks.

What are your return projections and how are they calculated?

Targeted annual returns aim for an 8-10% range, with an average Internal Rate of Return (IRR) hovering around 15% throughout the investment hold period. Particularly in value-add projects, a significant portion of investor returns materializes during the year of property sale. However, actual returns may fluctuate based on individual property performance. Please refer to the Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) for detailed insights into property-specific investment risks.

When will I get my original investment back and what is the expected hold period?

We strategize each investment with a planned 5-year hold period, allowing sufficient time to implement our value-add strategy and generate cash flow for several years while monitoring market opportunities for a timely sale. Depending on market conditions, investors may see a return of principal as early as year 2 through a refinancing event. Alternatively, we may opt to continue cash flow until year 7, especially if market conditions are unfavorable by year 5.

What is the minimum investment?

Minimum investment thresholds may differ across deals, typically starting at $50,000, although preference is often granted to investors with larger investment capacities.

When and how will I get paid?

Syndication structures may differ, resulting in varying distribution frequencies from deal to deal. However, in the majority of cases, investors can expect to receive distributions on a monthly or quarterly basis.

How will you communicate with me?

We are committed to keeping you informed about your investment's progress through monthly or quarterly email updates. These will include details such as renovation status and accompanying pictures, rental income updates, and the distribution amount for the respective period. Additionally, each March, you will receive a K-1 statement from us to assist you with your tax filing.

What are the tax implications?

Apartment syndications offer exceptional tax efficiency. As a limited partner investing in apartments, you may benefit from various tax deductions associated with the property. Here's an overview of some key deductions and their implications:

  1. Mortgage Interest: The interest paid on the mortgage for the multifamily property is generally tax-deductible. This deduction can significantly reduce your taxable income.

  2. Property Taxes: Property taxes paid on the multifamily property are also deductible. This deduction helps offset the financial burden of property taxes.

  3. Depreciation: Multifamily properties can be depreciated over time as a tax deduction. The IRS allows you to depreciate the building and certain improvements over a set period, typically 27.5 years for residential rental properties. This depreciation expense can provide substantial tax benefits by reducing your taxable income each year.

  4. Operating Expenses: Various operating expenses associated with managing and maintaining the multifamily property are deductible. This includes costs such as utilities, repairs, maintenance, insurance premiums, property management fees, and other necessary expenses.

  5. Cost Segregation: Cost segregation involves classifying certain components of the property as shorter-lived assets, allowing for accelerated depreciation deductions. This strategy can potentially increase your depreciation deductions in the early years of ownership, providing greater tax benefits.

  6. Capital Improvements: Major improvements made to the multifamily property, such as renovations or additions, may be capitalized and depreciated over time. However, certain improvements may qualify for immediate deductions under the bonus depreciation or Section 179 provisions of the tax code.

  7. Time of Sale: Upon sale of the multifamily property, you may incur capital gains tax on any profit realized from the sale. However, you may also be able to utilize strategies such as a 1031 exchange to defer capital gains tax by reinvesting proceeds into a like-kind property.

    It's essential to consult with a tax advisor or accountant familiar with real estate investments to maximize your tax benefits and ensure compliance with tax laws. They can provide personalized guidance based on your specific investment situation and help you take full advantage of available deductions and strategies.

Do you invest in your own deals?

Absolutely – Our fundamental principle revolves around treating investors' funds with the same care and diligence as our own. In each deal, we stand shoulder to shoulder with our clients by investing alongside them.

Do you perform sensitivity analysis?

Certainly – We meticulously analyze various scenarios to determine our breakeven point for profitability. This includes assessing the impact of declining occupancy rates or rents falling below projected levels.

Can I invest using a retirement account (IRA, Solo IRA or Self-Directed IRA)?

Yes, limited partners can invest in apartments using retirement accounts such as a Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, or Solo 401(k), provided that the retirement account is structured to allow for alternative investments. This is typically facilitated through a self-directed retirement account.

Here's how it works:

  1. Self-Directed IRA: With a self-directed IRA, you have control over your investment decisions, including the ability to invest in alternative assets such as real estate. You would direct your IRA custodian to make the investment on behalf of your IRA.

  2. Solo 401(k): If you have a Solo 401(k), also known as an Individual 401(k) or Self-Employed 401(k), you can typically invest in a wider range of assets compared to a traditional employer-sponsored 401(k). This includes real estate investments like multifamily apartments.

Before proceeding with an investment in multifamily apartments using a retirement account, it's crucial to consult with a tax advisor or financial professional familiar with self-directed retirement accounts to ensure compliance with IRS regulations and to understand the potential tax implications specific to your situation.

What are the general partner fees?

The projected returns are detailed in the Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) and can vary from one investment opportunity to another. The primary fee typically encountered is the acquisition fee, calculated based on the purchase price and settled at closing. This fee covers the costs incurred by the general partner in sourcing and securing the deal. Following closely is the asset management fee, aimed at compensating for overseeing the property manager's performance, ensuring adherence to the business plan, managing financial records, and disbursing payments and tax documents (K1s). Importantly, the asset management fee is directly tied to the property's revenue, aligning the interests of investors with those of the management team. Industry standards generally range between 1-3% for both fees.

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What is an accredited investor?

An accredited investor is either a single investor who made $200,000 in the previous two years, a married couple who has cumulatively made $300,000 in the previous two years, or a person or married couple that has a net worth of $1,000,000, not including their primary residence.

What is an sophisticated investor?

Investors with sufficient knowledge and experience in financial and business matters to make them capable of evaluating the merits and risks of the prospective investment.