SA511 | Self-Storage Investment: Structure and Funding with Drew Dolan


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If you want to have a thorough grasp of self-storage investing, this episode is for you! Drew Dolan discusses how to be successful in real estate investing and how self-storage investing thrives under challenging times. Check it out and be the first to learn how to outperform conventional techniques of development and acquisition.

Key Takeaways to Listen for

  • The efficient technique to achieve real estate success
  • Pros and cons of real estate investing
  • Senior living facility vs. self-storage
  • Why you should focus on investing in one asset class
  • Data-driven self-storage investment: Opportunities and components
  • What is a general partner fund and how does it works

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About Drew Dolan

Over his 20-year career in development and construction, Drew Dolan has focused on

structuring real estate investments, joint ventures, and capital management. Previously he was President of Titan Development, managing Titan's self-storage and multifamily divisions. In 2017, Drew helped launch Titan Development Real Estate Fund I, a $112 million fully-discretionary fund focused on ground-up development. He served as Co-Fund Manager until 2019, when he became Fund Manager. Drew is currently a member of YPO, active on his ULI Council, and was formerly on NAIOP's national board. He holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from Arizona State University.

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