GROOMED FOR SUCCESS
Nate Simpson is unique to Real Estate Investment. He has literally been on every side of the investment experience. He has been the Senior Mergers & Acquisitions Analyst for SunTrust, a Real Estate Acquisitions Analyst for WRI Capital Group, and the SVP of Acquisitions & Dispositions for ResiRealty.
A CAVALIER APPROACH
A highly-esteemed degree in Marketing and Finance from the University of Virginia was proof that Nate Simpson was geared for greatness. Nate practices the same “Cavalier” approach to investment real estate that was preached to him at UVA. He is not afraid to follow any great investment opportunity wherever it may lead.
THE PEOPLE’S ADVOCATE
Nate Simpson’s clients would describe him as laid-back, easy going, and always pleasant. And that’s just fine by Nate. Especially if it helps his clients remain calm. The breadth of knowledge that Nate has accumulated, on ALL sides of the investment equation, is passed directly to his clients.
Quite often, potential buyers can get hung up on market crazes. They may fall so in love with a certain property, or a long-standing proven investment area, that they can’t see the property’s long-term destination for decline. Nate helps his clients realize that profit margins will be higher if you practice foresight and patience, and high returns will be their reward.
”Make the most of the hand you’re dealt. Be opportunistic. Ensuring that you are fully ready to invest before a great situation arises can be the difference between revolutionizing your portfolio, and living with regret. Stay vigilant. Every investor has a story of ‘the one that got away.’ Good things take time, but great things happen all at once. So stay ready, stay patient, and you’ll find yourself in prime position to move swiftly on an investment opportunity that may arise once in a lifetime.”
“Investment Realtors can seem like they “only play with house money.” They often seem to cultivate investment deals only for their clients. If you never see a butcher eating a steak, you might not want to buy his cuts of meat. Nate is an investor himself, so you can rest assured he knows what a good potential investment should taste like.”