JF2822: From the Market Crash to $350M AUM ft. Robert Ritzenthaler

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Robert Ritzenthaler grew up around his father’s construction business before earning his finance degree, which kickstarted his career on Wall Street. After the market crash of 2000, however, Robert reconsidered his path and decided to join his friend’s growing real estate business. Today, he is CEO and founder of REM Capital, with $350M AUM across eight states and a total door count of over 3,400. In this episode, Robert discusses how the current interest rate climate is affecting his investing decisions, the advantages of bridge debt, and the hardest lesson he’s learned so far.

Robert Ritzenthaler | Real Estate Background

  • CEO and founder of REM Capital, a real estate investment company that focuses on value-add and new development opportunities in key markets within the U.S.
  • Portfolio: $350M AUM across eight states with a total door count of over 3,400
  • Based in: Bradenton, FL
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