This study examined the incorporation of multiple ligands onto gold nanoparticles in an effort to increase solubility. Compatibility with plastics is crucial for large-area electronics, so the sintering temperatures of dual-ligand particles were also examined. Nanoparticle solvation was qualitatively assessed through small angle x-ray scattering (SAXS) measurements, while solubility was quantitatively probed through mass-loading drying tests. Both solubility and sintering temperature of dual-ligand nanoparticles were found to be weighted averages of the values for single-ligand particles. Additionally, a trend of increasing solubility with increasing ligand length was found for single-ligand nanoparticle systems.