What’s in His Real Estate Portfolio?

Tom Brady’s career has spanned the length of three economic cycles: He was drafted late in the dot-com era, was playing with Randy Moss during the 2007 mortgage crisis, and now just won his seventh Super Bowl during the coronavirus pandemic.

Considered the greatest quarterback of all time by many, not only has Brady amassed victores, titles, trophies, and rings unlike any player in NFL history, he’s developed a sound real estate portfolio along the way.

TB12’s portfolio

Brady and his supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, have had property in Manhattan for a while. They actually sold their $36.8 million condo last year, a reportedly 6,500-square-foot unit on the 12th floor, Tom’s favorite number. They did this as part of a downsizing to a $3.6 million, 5,300-square-foot property. This one is also on the 12th floor.

Brady’s most recent purchase though, was a $17 million home in Miami for his move to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The area is supposedly known as “Billionaire’s Bunker” and located on Indian Creek Island. The home will be remodeled using eco-friendly building materials and designed with solar panels. The house is reportedly built on a two-acre lot.

The couple is also believed to own

Read More

Inside Tom Brady’s homes and $26 million real estate portfolio

Tom Brady is a football legend — but he’s also kind of a real estate mogul.

The 43-year-old Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has a $26 million portfolio of homes from New York to Florida and even Montana. He has also sold more than $140 million worth of properties, making about a $30 million profit off real estate deals alone.

Brady shares these homes with his wife, 40-year-old Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen, with whom he has two children, Benjamin, 11, and Vivian, 8. He also has a 13-year-old son, John Edward Thomas Moynahan, with his ex, actress and model Bridget Moynahan, 49.

The legendary quarterback with six Super Bowl rings will lead his new team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Super Bowl 2021 on February 7, but win or lose, he can always go home to his pricey mansions in Miami, New York City and Montana.


Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen are pictured in 2019. The couple has a $26 million portfolio of

Read More

Jeff Bezos’ $500M real estate portfolio: See all his luxury houses

It’s the end of an era for Jeff Bezos, who announced that his time as the CEO of Amazon would soon come to a close.

Starting out in 1994 as an online bookstore, Amazon morphed into a multitrillion-dollar company with Bezos, 57, as the ringleader of it all. Since then, he has amassed a gigantic real estate portfolio worth upward of $500 million, accounting for inflation. Ranging from properties in Beverly Hills to Seattle to good ol’ West Texas, and even cities like Washington, DC, and New York City, Bezos has a home for each climate.


Ticker Security Last Change Change {ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c}
AMZN AMAZON.COM INC. 3,352.15 +21.15 +0.63{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c}

Until his divorce from Mackenzie Scott in 2019, he was worth about $150 billion — making him the richest person in the world. Following his divorce, Bezos remained on Forbes’ 2020 list as the world’s wealthiest person for the third year in a row, despite giving $36 billion worth of his Amazon stock to his ex-wife. Today, Bezos is estimated to have a net worth of about $195 billion — sparked

Read More

One real-estate investor built a portfolio worth millions in 5 years

  • Aaron Amuchastegui, a real-estate investor who navigated the 2008 crisis but took a serious financial hit in 2013, revived his portfolio in just five years’ time. 
  • He utilizes an investment strategy that targets “courthouse step” deals, or buying foreclosed homes at auction. 
  • Amuchastegui’s strategy has shifted over the years, and he now prioritizes a long-term investment plan focused on single-family Texas home rentals rather than quick flips. 
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

In 2008, Aaron Amuchastegui was lucky to hang onto his job amid the financial crisis, and then by 2013 he was broke.

It was quite a change for the son of a homebuilder in a small town in Oregon. The 40-year-old investor told Insider that since 2005, he had enjoyed a lucrative career flipping new, custom home developments, but the 2008 financial crisis levied a direct hit against that model.

The builder Amuchastegui worked for laid off about 70 people after 2008, he said in an interview on the BiggerPockets podcast, and he was relocated to Sacramento, California, one of just five remaining members of his team.

Amuchastegui, now 40, had been with the builder, based in Santa Barbara, since he graduated from nearby California Polytechnic

Read More

IQHQ Expands Leadership Team to Support Rapid Growth of Life Sciences Commercial Real Estate Portfolio

Press release content from Business Wire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.


IQHQ, Inc., a premier life sciences real estate development company, today announced that Fran Federman will join the company as Chief Financial Officer. Federman brings 20 years of experience in real estate investment and capital markets, which will help drive financial strategy and future growth at IQHQ.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210201005189/en/

Life Science REIT veteran Fran Federman joins IQHQ as Chief Financial Officer (Photo: Business Wire)

“We are thrilled to add someone of Fran’s caliber to our executive team,” said Steve Rosetta, CEO of IQHQ. “She has a proven track record in capital markets and life science real estate that will complement our team’s strengths and support our growth as we continue to develop high quality life science real estate opportunities in the leading global markets.”

Federman comes to IQHQ from Ventas, Inc., an S&P 500 REIT focused on life science, university-based research and innovation centers, medical office buildings, senior housing, and other healthcare properties. At Ventas, Federman served as Managing Director of the company’s Life Science

Read More

Invesco Real Estate Selects Altus Group to Strengthen Data Usability and Boost Decision-Making Efficiency for its Pan-European Portfolio

Altus Group provides ARGUS software solution as a managed service to tackle complexities of data management and deliver more efficient powerful analytics for Invesco

TORONTO and MUNICH, Germany, Jan. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Altus Group Limited (“Altus Group”) (TSX: AIF), a leading provider of software, data solutions and independent advisory services to the global commercial real estate industry, announced that Invesco Real Estate (“Invesco”), a global real estate investment manager, selected Altus Group as its technology partner to provide data management software and services that will transform how Invesco manages its €13.0 billion pan-European real estate portfolio with 177 assets across 15 countries.

As a leading global real estate investment manager, Invesco’s data management requirements are complex and include the collection of data from more than a hundred data providers on a monthly and quarterly basis from multiple countries and in varying formats. Altus Group will provide a comprehensive managed service, combining market-leading technology through its ARGUS Voyanta software solution and data management expertise to deliver greater efficiency and more powerful analytics for Invesco across Europe. This will enable more streamlined data collection in an auditable process resulting in the centralisation of disparate information into a single platform and

Read More

He Quit His Job, And Then Built A Multi-Million Dollar Real Estate Portfolio in 3 Years

Jerome Myers left his corporate job after being forced to lay off over 100 employees within two years. Now, Myers is helping thousands of people gain freedom through real estate. He’s been featured on numerous podcasts and has been a speaker at conferences all over the United States.

“A lot of people are putting money into their 401k. But that money is locked away until you’re in your 60s,” says Myers in an exclusive interview with Black Enterprise. “What if you can do something that turns on cash flow now and will allow you to get your freedom earlier?”

After leaving his corporate job in 2016, Myers built a portfolio of six multifamily properties. Now, he’s adding a 120-unit property in Greensboro to his multimillion-dollar real estate portfolio.

“Your dream can be real,” says Myers. “You just have to be willing to do the work.”

How It All Started

At age 5, Myers thought he had his dream job figured out. “I want to be a trash man,” Myers shared with his mom. He admired the freedom and flexibility that his neighbor enjoyed. Unlike his military-based father whom he rarely saw until dinnertime, his neighbor was able to be

Read More