Senior Real Estate Analyst
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 Are the 1031 Exchange Rules in Texas?
We’ve provided—and will continue to provide—a great deal of information about the 1031 exchange process. Much of the information in our blogs is based on the Internal Revenue Code, which involves federal legislation. But many states ...
What Is Ad Valorem Tax, and How Do You Calculate It?
An ad-valorem tax is a tax that is levied on the assessed value of real or personal property. The Latin term ad-valorem translates to English as “according to value.” These taxes can be annual taxes like property assessments or ...
What Is Currency Risk?
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