Member Since 2020
Sean is a serial entrepreneur. He currently serves as the CEO of Concreit, disrupting the private real estate investment world by making it as accessible to anyone for as little as a dollar with liquidity, rewarding more frequently with weekly payouts and allowing people to earn instantly on their platform. He formerly served as Chief Product Officer & Co-Founder of Flowroute, an award-winning business communications provider building the first virtual carrier in the United States. Flowroute focused on revolutionizing the experience for businesses through web & API-driven SMS, SIP trunking and telecommunications management. Flowroute delivers ease, flexibility, and higher quality connections at a fraction of traditional telecom costs to thousands of businesses around the world. Sean thrives through his lifelong passion for entrepreneurship, technology, culture and design. His talents have served Fortune 100 companies including Apple, Linksys (Cisco), and Motorola, pushing forward new marketing ventures and fostering rapid growth. Sean holds a degree in Information & Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine. He developed his foundations in technology, marketing, and design while growing up in Davis, CA.
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Concreit aims to build a diversified portfolio that is less correlated with traditional public fixed income, stocks or bonds through private market commercial real estate. The objective is to pay attractive and consistent cash distrubtions while preserving, protecting & returning your capital contribution. Our portfolio design focuses on short term real estate lending with a sprinkle of operating & potentially stabilized multi-family assets. We believe this combination will help us manage liquidity and allow us to manage funds and identify opportunities that fit our fund's investment goals.
Commercial Real Estate