Fight back against Wall Street’s move into residential real estate with GROUNDFLOOR
Historically speaking, real estate has always been the best performing asset class. But for too long, the most lucrative deals were kept behind walled gardens and accessible to only the 1 percent. Even savvy investors and reputable independent developers couldn’t compete with the flow of institutional capital. GROUNDFLOOR launched in 2013 to deliberately challenge this, creating a new alternative investments marketplace that enables everyone to build wealth through real estate.
Eight years later, thanks to its regulatory and technology innovation, GROUNDFLOOR has emerged as a leader in the alternative investments sector with more than 100,000 registered users who have seen 10.5% annualized returns on average across more than 2,000 loans to real estate developers. In this presentation from Brian Dally, GROUNDFLOOR’s co-founder/CEO, you’ll learn how GROUNDFLOOR works and how it’s empowering real estate entrepreneurs to scale their businesses, even with today’s housing supply shortage.
Join Brian Dally, co-founder and CEO of Groundfloor on May 20th at the Marriott Hotel (4670 Salisbury Road, Jax, FL 32256) for an in-depth discussion.
Over a 25-year entrepreneurial career that spans IP communications, wireless telecom, and finance, Brian Dally has pushed the boundaries of how disruptive Internet technologies can be applied to solve large-scale consumer problems and distribute the value to all.
As the co-founder and CEO of GROUNDFLOOR, a wealthtech platform that allows everyone to build wealth through real estate, Brian has helped make private capital markets radically more accessible to new participants. Under his leadership, GROUNDFLOOR became the first company qualified by the SEC to offer direct real estate debt investments via Regulation A to non-accredited investors and accredited investors alike. In 2020, GROUNDFLOOR made its debut onto Inc. Magazine’s prestigious list of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies in America, and was recognized in the top 10 percent of all honorees as well as being the fastest-growing financial services company in its home state of Georgia. Brian has also been recognized for his entrepreneurial leadership by many organizations.
Before co-founding GROUNDFLOOR in 2013, Brian’s career building disruptive technology startups included stints in Silicon Valley, Boston, London and the North Carolina Triangle region. Previously, he led the launch of Republic Wireless to take on the big four cellphone carriers to international acclaim. As a result, millions more Americans can now afford a smartphone.
Brian has a JD from Harvard Law School, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a BA with Highest Distinction from the University of Virginia. A native of Detroit who lived near Boston during childhood, Brian currently resides with his partner Ashley in Atlanta and Telluride, CO, where he still avidly roots for the Red Sox (but never the Patriots).