All it takes is the right conversation, and you could potentially unlock unlimited capital for your deals. If you’re looking for ways to increase your net worth by improving your network, this social is for you! Join us IN-PERSON to meet other investors and industry experts in your city, all while you enjoy food and drinks on Quest!
Make sure to join on June 20th for our Dallas SDIRA Social as our guest speaker, Dustin Gabriel, and Certified IRA Specialists share the knowledge they have gained through experience as well as all the tips and tricks they’ve used to succeed in the self-directed world and grow their wealth!
6-7 pm – Networking and enjoy free beer/wine and light appetizers
7-8pm – Presentation begins (Join us online)
8-9pm – After presentation, in-person attendees may pitch deals to the audience
Dustin Gabriel is the Director of Investor Relations and Capital Markets for the Casoro Group, a family office/private equity firm with a 20+ year track record of owning and operating multifamily communities. His responsibilities include managing Upside Avenue, a public non traded reit, as well as capital raising for direct real estate investments and at the fund level. He has a diversified background from sponsorship, investment, finance and management perspectives. He joins from a structured finance company owned by Apollo and Bank OZK’s Real Estate Specialties Group. He also has a background syndicating CRE deals and he raised the capital to co-sponsor in the acquisition and development of suburban class A office buildings, land assemblage and a multifamily rehab.
Dustin holds a Bachelor of Science and MPA with Finance Emphasis from Brigham Young University. He was born and raised in the Dallas area and was a three-year starting safety for a nationally ranked Cougar football team.
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