Ep. 7: Staying Flexible in Uncertain Times, with Jackson Russell and Aubrey Ennis

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Lance is the Founder and Managing Partner of Verivest, an end-to-end real estate investment platform designed to bring transparency and trust to middle-market investing, and a Principal in Fairway America, a real estate private equity firm in Portland, Oregon.

Lance talks to Jackson and Aubrey of Dallas’ EverTrust Capital about the unique risks — and opportunities — they face during the COVID disruption. They talk about the role technology and software play in keeping their portfolio flexible. They also discuss the growing appeal of the Texas/Oklahoma markets, weighing multi-family versus industrial opportunities, and the challenges of overpaying in this environment.

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Aubrey Ennis is actively working with institutional clients, forecasting, and facilitating, their investment goals and desires. Through EverTrust Realty Advisors, Aubrey has flourished in data analytics and new generation valuation modeling. He brings fluid vision for growth and scale to his clients and enjoys actively vetting deals for disposition. 

Aubrey is also an active participant in deal vetting and facilitates transactions through EverTrust Capital, the acquisitions arm for EverTrust Realty Advisors. Responsibilities include capital funding and financial due diligence, fully utilizing a vast network of institutional resources.

Jackson Russell works seamlessly alongside his team and clients, implementing a truly original value stream process. EverTrust Realty Advisors has allowed Jackson to advance his vetting skills through proprietary financial forecasting and process development, directly creating value for his clients with confident data and key performance metrics.

Jackson is also an active participant in deal vetting and facilitates transactions through EverTrust Capital, the acquisitions arm for EverTrust Realty Advisors. Responsibilities include capital funding and financial due diligence, fully utilizing a vast network of institutional resources.

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