Pete began working construction at 18 years old while attending community college. In 2005, after completing philosophy and government majors at Georgetown, he purchased his first property.
To preserve capital, Pete slept in vacant units and did all the maintenance and construction management himself. He also handled legal, tax, finance, code compliance, and asset management.
Pete continued to run his operations while completing Harvard Law, earning a CPA, and fighting through the Great Financial Crisis.
In the depths of the recession, Pete scaled to $2B of assets with a vertically integrated operation and 500+ employees. The company received national distinctions as a Fortune’s Top 20 Places to Work and a Top 5 ranking for most apartment renovations completed.
Pete’s experiences led to seeing this opportunity. He has now, as with real estate, learned tech ground up. He has invested $10M+ to make this opportunity a reality.