On today’s episode of Ritter On Real Estate, we chat with Tony Julianelle. Tony is a successful organizational leader with more than 20 years in real estate and financial services who is passionate about developing people and serving customers. He is a consultant to various business partners, focusing on strategy, execution, and bottom-line business results.
Before joining Atlas, Tony worked with Wells Fargo, holding various leadership positions during this time. In his role as Regional Manager, he was responsible for the mortgage origination business in seven states in the mountain Midwest.
Additionally, Tony has held a variety of professional and personal board positions throughout his career. Boards he has served on include: Mortgage Bankers Association of Kansas City, Colorado Mortgage Bankers Association, Habitat for Humanity (Kansas City), and Park Church Denver. He has also served as faculty for the Denver Institute of Faith and Work. Most recently, Tony has become a member of the Denver Business Journal Leadership Trust.
Welcome to the podcast, Tony!
Key Points From The Episode:
– Tony’s background working at Bank- of America as a mortgage originator.
-Joining Atlas Real Estate and growing the company from 20 employees and 1500 doors to 200+ employees and 9000 doors under management across 7 states.
-Tony’s analysis of the current real estate market.
-Homeownership and why he promotes it to his employees and tenants.
-How to determine where to deploy capital in a real estate investment.
-Why Atlas Real Estate prefers single-family homes as investments.
-The important role of the property manager and why data is so important.
-House Hacking for individuals first getting into real estate.
– The Alchemist by Paulo Coeho