Justin Alanís is the CEO and Co-Founder of Awning. Prior to Awning, Justin was the Founder and CEO of Rentlytics, a CRE data aggregation and analytics Proptech company that RealPage acquired in October 2018. Within RealPage, Justin became Senior Vice President of the Data Analytics division. Before venturing into the Proptech world, Justin was a Partner and Vice President at various CRE Private Equity firms. Justin is also an active investor and advisor in the Proptech startup community with notable seed investments in VTS and Juniper Square.
David Sullivan is the CEO and founder of Till, a PropTech startup with a mission to transform rent collection for both the renter and the landlord. In this episode, Justin and David discuss the challenges of the current rent payment model, as well as the disconnect between the way renters earn an income and pay rent and the way that landlords collect rent. FinTech and PropTech companies like Till are disrupting the current rental ecosystems to create large, positive impacts for both renters and landlords.
Harry Bookey, Founder and Chairman of BH Management & Equities, launched his real estate career with one lucky phone call and a $500,000 investment. On this episode of Masters of Real Estate, Bookey talks about how he grew the company from that first deal and the importance of good partners, like Joanna Zabriskie, President and CEO of BH Management & Equities. Zabriskie implemented data, technology, and operational systems that were integral in growing the firm into the ninth largest property management company in the US with more than 89,000 units under management and $1 billion in gross revenue. Together, they talk about building a successful apartment business and how the pandemic is shaping the future of the industry.
Keith Wasserman started his company Gelt with his cousin by buying duplexes in Bakersfield, CA. He has since expanded Gelt by buying over 8,000 units across the country. Keith shares how he got started and how they are adjusting to their new reality after COVID. This one is full of great anecdotes, tips, and data to help landlords of any size.
Rawley Nielsen, President of Investment Sales in the Utah office at Colliers International, joins us for this episode of Masters of Real Estate to share the story about how he got started in the real estate business, lessons he has learned along the way, and the impact of COVID-19 on the real estate industry. We discuss the emergence of data and tech in real estate, and how small landlords can leverage these resources. Nielsen ends the conversation with insight into how owners can gain important experience and education through the pandemic.
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Aug 16th, 1982
Oakland, California, United States of America
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3 hours, 43 minutes
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