Potential fees earned for syndication

I know the actual % fees can vary, but consider a $10M apartment purchase, assuming 65% debt. If someone went out and structured this deal via syndicated equity of $3.5M and then sourced and closed the debt of $6.5M, what types of fees could the deal maker earn, both up front and over the life of the investment?
I'm thinking there would be an acquisition fee, and equity syndication fee, a debt placement fee......or am i double counting those? Asset Mgmt Fee each month for overseeing the investment. Prop Mgmt would be done via 3rd party. Would there be other typical fees? Can anyone comment on what the percentages MIGHT be?
In Buying Property - Asked by David T. - Jun 18, 2009
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Paul S.
Broker/Agent
Glendora, CA

You must be careful not to cross over to an area covered by the SEC from the real estate side. Either will require a license but you can't cross over. If you need a securities license then a real estate license will do you no good and visa versa. I can give you a person that is an expert in that area and can answer your question if you call me 800 554-7362 ext 208 or email pausylvester@remax.net

Jun 18, 2009
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Paul S.
Broker/Agent
Glendora, CA

You need to follow the link below.

Jun 18, 2009
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Paul S.
Broker/Agent
Glendora, CA

Sorry David this may be a better link than the other one. You can call this guy but this link has a video clip on what you are trying to do.

Jun 18, 2009
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