Colton Hoisager

Senior Real Estate Analyst

Colton Hoisager

Meet Colton

Colton is involved with Realized’s investment and offering processes, including property and offering due diligence, financial analysis, market research, and deal execution.

Before joining the Realized team full-time, Colton served in the internship program for Realized in the summer of 2017, a role he continued to act in throughout his senior year in college. Along with this, Colton’s experience also includes working for an information company within the Texas Legislature. Colton is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, with a focus in Real Estate.

Colton was born and raised in Arlington, Texas, and moved to Austin when he started college at the University of Texas at Austin. He has two older sisters, and a golden retriever back home named Charlie. Colton's typical Saturday and Sunday include working out, playing golf, or going to Austin's Greenbelt.

Fun Facts About Colton

  • One of Colton's favorite books is How to Win Friends & Influence People. The book has given him a new perspective on effective communication and interaction with others while serving as a roadmap to success in both his personal and professional life.

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What is a Letter of Instruction?

Planning for the transfer of your assets following death involves more than writing a will or establishing a trust (or both). A will often called the last testament—is a legal document describing how a person's assets will be ...

Oct 1, 2022

How to Set Up a Payable On Death Account

Using payable on death (POD) accounts can be an efficient way to ensure the money you have in your personal bank accounts is immediately transferred to a beneficiary of your choosing when you die.

Sep 27, 2022

Retirement Portfolio Asset Allocation by Age: What You Need to Know

As an investor approaches retirement, their portfolio asset allocation changes. This change is due to a decrease in volatile assets. Older investors decrease portfolio volatility because they will soon start taking distributions. ...

Sep 23, 2022