The Marathon Continues
Putting in the time since 2009…
For the past six months, the Auben leadership team has had a lot of conversations about our upcoming market expansion. As we seek to build teams and open offices in Atlanta, Charlotte and Greenville/Spartanburg in the next 90 days, we want to ensure we act expeditiously to capitalize on market dynamics perfectly aligned with our SFR investor focus.
However, we also want to proceed with the prudence of an organization which intends to be managing assets for our clients’ grandchildren.
It’s a delicate balance. Auben’s sister company, RevFund, is led by manager Tristan Campbell, who says it’s a situation which causes an organization to ask the question: “What are we doing differently based on the immediate opportunity’s impact on our long-term vision?”
Find out more about RevFund here: www.revfundllc.com
After much thought and discussion, it turns out our current actions and activity really is no different now than it was when we started in 2009, or than it likely will be in 2039.
As an organization that intentionally seeks to improve our assets, our communities, and our people every day in many ways, there are times when we need to speed up and times when we need to slow down. The key is to never stop.
As endurance athlete and podcast host, Rich Roll, says:
“The prize never goes to the fastest guy. It goes to the guy who slows down the least. True in endurance sports, and possibly truer in life.”
While our actions may be the same, our people are not. We couldn’t be more excited about the team of true local market experts we are onboarding. And we look forward to introducing you to some of them.
Some things you need to know to grow, below: