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The New Way to Invest in Real Estate Starts With Emailing Rich People | Tony Seruga
May
03

The New Way to Invest in Real Estate Starts With Emailing Rich People

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Since the SEC lifted a ban on “general solicitation,” new platforms have started to offer investment firms a novel approach to property acquisition.

Real estate fund managers Michael Episcope and David Scherer had Georgia on their minds—specifically, Atlanta. The city, part of the third-largest-gaining metro area in the U.S. last year, according to Census Bureau data, was only getting hotter. So when the co-founders of real estate investment company Origin Investments spotted an opportunity last year to purchase a 125-unit apartment complex, they jumped on it. The property’s location, in Virginia-Highland, an affluent Atlanta neighborhood that’s home to organic shops, cocktail bars, and an indie film theater, was great. Yet Episcope and Scherer had a problem. They reckoned it would take about $19 million in equity to buy the building and an adjacent undeveloped lot, but they wanted to invest only $12 million. Their solution was somewhat novel: Instead of bringing in a partner, Origin brought in dozens of them…

The New Way to Invest in Real Estate Starts With Emailing Rich People

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