49 min

Season 3, Episode 11 - Impact Real Estate with Jesse Vaughan, co-founder of Landed Impact Real Estate Podcast

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On this episode of the Impact Real Estate Podcast, we take a trip from So Cal to Myanmar to the Bay Area and into Oregon with the co-founder of Landed, Jesse Vaughan. Jesse talks to us about learning real estate from his grandfather to his travels of Southeast Asia that fueled his passion for real estate to starting a company helping essential workers build wealth in order to help people free themselves from fear. It's an inspiring episode of the Impact Real Estate Podcast you do not want to miss.

EPISODE NOTES:

04:24 - What is Landed?
05:40 - Dividing the challenge
09:08 - An interest in Asia
12:15 - Cutting teeth in Myanmar
16:40 - Grandfather-taught
19:20 - Coming back to the U.S. with a question ...
23:51 - Transparency and a housing problem
28:25 - The process
31:10 - Monetization and more support
35:42 - The next five years


Jesse believes in the power of building wealth to help people free themselves from fear. Money may not buy happiness, but confidence that one can feed and house their family is vital to feeling secure. Prior to returning to his home state of California, Jesse was based in Yangon, Myanmar where he helped to arrange $300M of social impact investments. Jesse holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from New York University, and in 2018, he was listed in Forbes 30 Under 30.

On this episode of the Impact Real Estate Podcast, we take a trip from So Cal to Myanmar to the Bay Area and into Oregon with the co-founder of Landed, Jesse Vaughan. Jesse talks to us about learning real estate from his grandfather to his travels of Southeast Asia that fueled his passion for real estate to starting a company helping essential workers build wealth in order to help people free themselves from fear. It's an inspiring episode of the Impact Real Estate Podcast you do not want to miss.

EPISODE NOTES:

04:24 - What is Landed?
05:40 - Dividing the challenge
09:08 - An interest in Asia
12:15 - Cutting teeth in Myanmar
16:40 - Grandfather-taught
19:20 - Coming back to the U.S. with a question ...
23:51 - Transparency and a housing problem
28:25 - The process
31:10 - Monetization and more support
35:42 - The next five years


Jesse believes in the power of building wealth to help people free themselves from fear. Money may not buy happiness, but confidence that one can feed and house their family is vital to feeling secure. Prior to returning to his home state of California, Jesse was based in Yangon, Myanmar where he helped to arrange $300M of social impact investments. Jesse holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from New York University, and in 2018, he was listed in Forbes 30 Under 30.

49 min