Preqin, the leading provider of alternative assets data, measures that U.S. real estate funds raised a record $111 billion in equity in 2021, an increase of 35% from 2020 and 16% more than in 2019. More investors are allocating to private real estate than ever before, likely because the asset class is poised to rally throughout 2022 while inflation rises, stocks experience continued volatility, and bond returns decrease.
Origin Investments has been laser-focused on private real estate investing for fifteen years. In this webinar, Origin Investments' Co-CEO Michael Episcope will discuss the ways private real estate benefits an investor’s portfolio, why Origin believes multifamily to be the most attractive real estate asset class and provide an overview of Origin’s diversified real estate funds.
What you'll learn:
How does private real estate benefit an investor’s portfolio?
Why do you think multifamily is the most attractive real estate asset, class?
How can multifamily real estate help in a rising inflation environment?
What type of private real estate funds is ideal for investing through a Self-Directed IRA?
What open real estate funds does Origin Investments offer for people investing through a Self-Directed IRA?
Meet the hosts:
Brendan Walsh is a fintech entrepreneur and Wisconsin-Madison graduate, coming from the financial advising and the retirement industry in Chicago. Before joining Rocket Dollar, he consulted various fintech, crypto, and blockchain startups growing throughout his home city. Specializing in sales and customer service automation, operations, and partnership management, Brendan has a talent for recognizing opportunities in new markets and creating efficiencies to accelerate the speed of a fintech organization.
Mike leads business development for Regiment and sets the company vision. After a career as a floor trader in the bond and wheat pits at the CBOT, he co-founded an asset management company in 2006 known today as RCM Wealth Advisors. He was instrumental in growing the assets under management to more than $200mm. After 20+ years of capital markets experience, he chose to move on to focus on helping the next generation of startup leaders and founded FinTech Ranger in 2017. His primary role at FinTech Ranger was growing the network of prospects and referral partners within the financial technology spheres of business including startups in the FinTech space.
Mike is the co-founder of the Chicago-based Small Business Advocacy Council (SBAC), a non-profit organization that lobbies on behalf of small businesses across Chicagoland. He holds a BA from UW Madison.