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Josh Childress leverages familiarity to guide his Real Estate portfolio

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Josh Childress

Josh Childress’ scholarship at Stanford University was endowed by the Arillaga family, know for their real estate developments.

Episode Description

Josh Childress’ scholarship at Stanford University was endowed by the Arillaga family, know for their real estate developments. This first prompted Josh’s interest in a space that was relatively unfamiliar. After having an NBA career dunking on opponents as well a couple of high profile overseas stints, Josh proceeded to enter the world of real estate investing. Josh is now the CEO of LandSpire Group, a private Real Estate firm investing in various projects that include multi-family and commercial developments. Josh explains certain criteria for investment, investing with a familiar advantage, and two specific projects that will put LandSpire Group on the map.

Episode Breakdown

0:00 - Intro

3:12 - Why real estate?

6:36 - Why start LandSpire Group?

11:00 - Sports, culture, and uplifting communities

12:17 - What does LandSpire look for?

15:32 - Familiarity in investing

20:03 - Ellison project

22:33 - Las Vegas uprising

28:26 - Outro

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