Our Mission is Financial Freedom

Our goal at Fair Winds Capital Investments is to empower our investors to enjoy the freedom of passive income through socially responsible apartment investing.

We are a team of Naval Officers who have over 25 years of real estate investing experience and 64 years of leadership experience.

Jonathan New


With 14 years of real estate experience, Jonathan is a frequent podcast guest and event speaker who believes in life balance and promoting the highest quality of life to those around him.  Between Fair Winds and his career as a Navy Commander, Jonathan has had the privilege of bringing value to well over 10,000 Sailors, tenants, contractors, professionals, and families. 

Units Under Management
$ 1 Mn
Assets Under Management
Units Full Cycle
invest in a low-cost, diversified portfolio of institutional-quality real estate.

We're changing the way you invest.

Smarter diversification & institutional quality

Now you can diversify outside of the public markets with private real estate, allowing you to reduce risk and improve stability.

Flexible investment minimums

Unlike most private real estate investments, our minimums give you the flexibility to invest the right amount, at the right time, to meet your goals.

Convenient, modern investment platforms

Invest and manage your portfolio through our easy-to-use website and mobile app. Track your performance and watch as properties across the country are acquired, improved, and operated via dynamic asset updates.

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Meet the directors

Our Team

Fair Winds Capital Investments is guided by a team with a proven track record of success.

Jonathan New

Originally from Anniston, AL, Jonathan graduated from Auburn University in 2004 with a degree in Psychology and received his commission as an Ensign into the US Navy.

Corey Chonsky

Corey is originally from Minot, ND, where he enlisted in the Navy in 1998. After completing his initial enlisted service, He was selected for a Navy commissioning program through the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Jaspreet Baveja

Jaspreet has a B.A in Management Information Systems (MIS) from Florida International University and computer engineering from Penn State University. Jaspreet got into real estate investing in 2017, and full-time in 2019, as a way to build wealth and gain financial freedom.

Vadim Rey

Born in Ukraine and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Vadim graduated from Tufts University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and received a commission as a US Navy Officer.

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In The Media

FWC’s Leadership team has been actively sharing their experiences and insights, participating in various industry events, conferences, podcasts and shows. Check out the recent snippets.

Articles & Resources

How Multifamily Real Estate Investors Grow Rich In Their Sleep

How Multifamily Real Estate Investors Grow Rich In Their Sleep

Multifamily real estate investing has long been recognized as a lucrative investment strategy for generating consistent cash flow and building long-term wealth. If you’re curious about how multifamily investors make money, this article will delve into the various avenues through which these investors generate returns and maximize their profitability. The...

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How do you value add in multifamily?

How Do You Value-add In Multifamily?

Multifamily investing has gained popularity among real estate investors due to its potential for long-term cash flow and wealth creation. One common strategy employed in multifamily investing is the value-add approach. In this article, we will explore what value-add means in the context of multifamily properties and delve into various...

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What is a good equity multiple in multifamily?

What is a good equity multiple in multifamily?

When it comes to assessing the profitability of multifamily investments, one key metric that investors often consider is the equity multiple. The equity multiple represents the total return on an investment relative to the amount of equity invested. But what is a good equity multiple in multifamily investing? Let’s dive...

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Multifamily Investing Vs. Wholesaling

Multifamily Investing Vs. Wholesaling

In the realm of real estate investing, both multifamily investing and wholesaling hold their own appeal. However, when comparing the two, multifamily investing emerges as the more robust and lucrative option. Let’s dive into the reasons why multifamily investing reigns supreme over wholesaling. Aspect Multifamily Investing Wholesaling Cash Flow Consistent...

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Multifamily Investing Vs. Fix & Flip

Multifamily Investing Vs. Fix & Flip

👋 Are you a Fix & Flip investor and ever wondered about the best way to scale up your investing game? Let us tell you why multifamily investing has the upper hand over fix and flip strategies. 🏠💰 1️⃣ Steady Cash Flow: With multifamily properties, you can enjoy a consistent...

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Interest Rate Impact Multifamily Real Estate

How Will the Rising Interest Rates Impact Multifamily Real Estate?

In what is considered the biggest series of hikes since the 2000s, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 75 basis points yet again. The Federal Reserve further informed that the interest rates could be increased further as needed. While this is a welcome move in curbing inflation in the long term, the...

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Difference Between 506(b) and 506(c) Deals

Difference Between 506(b) and 506(c) Deals

If you have been investing in real estate or planning to do it, you would often come across 506(b) and 506(c). What are these terms all about? What’s the difference between 506(b) and 506(c)? Let’s find out the answers. Background After “The Great Depression” the U.S. government introduced Regulation D...

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Multifamily is another term for apartments.  There are smaller multifamily properties, duplexes and four-plexes, and larger, commercial multifamily which consists of anything from 5 units and above.

Put simply, syndication is a pooling of investors’ capital to take advantage of the economies of scale and purchase a larger asset, such as a large apartment building. As a limited partner passive investor, your money is invested alongside dozens of other investors in a single commercial asset (such as an apartment building).  

As a passive investor, you won’t have any other active responsibilities in the deal.  The FWCI team will manage the asset on your behalf.

A preferred return – often called “pref” – is the claim on profits given to preferred investors in a project.  The preferred investors will be the first to receive returns up to a certain percentage, generally between 6% to 8%.  Once this profit percentage is achieved, the excess profits are split among the rest of the investors as agreed upon in negotiations.  This type of return is most commonly used in real estate investments.

To be an accredited investor, you must EITHER have a net worth of $1M+ (not counting your primary home) OR have an annual income of $200K+ as an individual ($300K+ for joint income) over the last 2 years, with the expectation of the same income in the current year.

Multifamily real estate offers tremendous advantages as compared to other assets classes like stock markets, forex market, cryptocurrencies and even the sub-domains such as single-family investing or fix and flip. First of all, it strengthens your portfolio as a tangible asset with minimum volatility. While you get to invest in a stable asset, it provides you with regular passive income every month from rentals while creating an opportunity of wealth creation as the value of the assets grows over a period of time. That’s not the end, you can claim tax benefits and invest in real estate without having to worry about property management.

Bonus depreciation is a tax incentive that allows a business to immediately deduct a large percentage of the purchase price of eligible assets, such as machinery, rather than write them off over the lifecycle of that asset.

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