Making Billions: The Private Equity Podcast for Fund Managers, Startup Founders, and Venture Capital Investors
5x Revenue Jump in Real Estate from PropTech - HomeRoom - Johnny Wolff
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Hey, real estate investors. Have you ever wondered how to enter a blue ocean market with few competitors? Ever wonder how to jump in on the rising tides of Prop tech to juice your bottom line? Well, in this week's episode of Making Billions, I bring on Johnny Wolff. Johnny has built a prop-tech company called homeroom. This company is a rising star in the real estate sector where investors can collect impressive rents from renting out all their rooms.
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[THE GUEST]: Johnny Wolff is the CEO and Founder of HomeRoom – one of the fastest-growing real estate investing platforms in the United States. After an unusually terrible Craigslist roommate experience in 2017, he converted a single-family home into a group home for his friends. After realizing the massive untapped potential of multi-tenant (co-living) real estate investing – HomeRoom was born.
Starting with a single home in Kansas City in 2018, HomeRoom now houses thousands of residents in hundreds of homes across 31 cities, growing at 500+% YoY. HomeRoom’s homeowners see 50% higher returns than traditional property investments, and tenants save an average of 50% on rent. In 2022, HomeRoom was accepted into Y Combinator as part of the W22 batch and has raised $6M to date from early-stage investors.
[THE HOST]: Ryan is a Venture Capital & Angel investor in technology and energy. He achieved placement growth of 5200% ROI in his first 5 years in the industry.
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