RWM crosses $2 billion in AUM, a new investable asset class is born with Dallas Tanner (CEO, Invitation Homes), season finale!

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This week on the podcast – it’s the season finale of the Compound Show! We’ll be back this summer with something big, everyone’s hard at work behind the scenes building something new. For now, I just want to say thanks for listening, rating, reviewing, sharing, commenting and making this show a part of your weekly routine. When I started the podcast last summer, I had no idea where it was going. It started out as a pandemic project but quickly grew to over a million downloads.

My guest this episode is Dallas Tanner, CEO and founder of Invitation Homes, which trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol INVH. Dallas was one of the first entrepreneurs in America to recognize the potential for systematizing and scaling the single family rental home business. He now controls a portfolio of over 80,000 suburban homes from coast to coast.

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DISCLOSURE: Josh is personally invested in shares of INVH and has been since 2017. Nothing said on this podcast is meant to be taken as a solicitation to buy or sell any securities nor does it constitute personalized financial advice. Please see my full disclaimer at the link below. 

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