My guest in this episode is Chad Gallagher. Chad is the co-founder and co-owner of SlateHouse Group. SlateHouse was founded in 2014 and manages over 4,000 units across PA, NJ, and MD for investment owners, with over 100 employees. SlateHouse also has a brokerage division in both NJ and PA with 20 real estate agents that focus on working with investors to buy and sell real estate.
SlateHouse also owns 200 units — a mix of single-family homes, office buildings, and multi-unit buildings. Chad raised $2M as part of the SlateHouse syndication — used to acquire $8M in real estate.
Chad contributes to the investor community as a writer for BiggerPockets.com, the leading real estate investor website. Previous to real estate, Chad led the Advertising.com mobile network which had $100M in revenue and was acquired by Verizon as part of a larger acquisition. Chad graduated in 2006 from the University of Virginia with a degree in Systems Engineering and a minor in Business.
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