Have been listening to a bunch of podcasts and reading a lot of blog posts about the venture capital / start-up space. Don’t worry, I’m not changing fields… am just curious about other kinds of businesses and always looking for analogies and ways to improve what we do. Core to the whole tech world is
Got asked an interesting question by a journalist at the Opportunity Zone Expo, and wanted to share my answer here. Question: What is the most important thing to look out for when considering an opportunity zone investment? Answer: By far the most important thing is the quality of the deal itself. Right now, Opportunity Zones
Am joining an interesting panel today at the Opportunity Zone Expo at the JW Marriott downtown, regarding selecting interesting opportunity zones in which to do business. We’ve done 10+ deals in relevant locations in LA over the past few years, all of which would have qualified for OZF status, had the law been in effect.
Have spent the past few months mostly focused on securing a pool of capital for us to invest during 2019. As you probably know, I’m getting better at fund-raising, but it’s not my favorite part of the business. Anyway, now that I have capital to deploy, have turned my attention back to finding interesting properties
Apologies for the slow posting; it’s been a very busy few weeks.Heard an amazing story from one of our management clients over the weekend and want to share with you all, to let you know what’s possible with a ton of hard work, risk acceptance, and good luck. For ease of storytelling, am going to