Erik Hayden Interviewed by Motley Fool’s Millionacres Podcast

by Angela S. Hwang, on Apr 28, 2021 10:31:46 AM

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Wondering what’s going on with Silicon Valley real estate? What about the impact of remote work for Big Tech? And what’s it like to run Opportunity Zone Funds? 

Urban Catalyst Founder Erik Hayden was recently featured on the Millionacres Podcast, a Motley Fool Service, to discuss exactly that and much more. 

With more than 10,000+ downloads a month and growing, Millionacres educates and empowers investors to make smart decisions and achieve real estate investing success. Together with host Deidre Woollard, Erik covered a lot of ground.

Listen to the full segment here to hear his thoughts on:

  • Impact of remote work 
  • The Google factor
  • Facebook and housing
  • Transit oriented development
  • The quest for urban density
  • San Jose as a city
  • Running an opportunity zone fund
  • Handling tech investors in real estate

...and more!

Urban Catalyst is Silicon Valley’s leading Opportunity Zone Fund. We’re developing ground-up real estate projects in downtown San Jose. Contact us to for information on how to get the investment process started. 

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