Enjoy this conversation with Jason Adams, of Signal Ventures. Jason is a developer, investor, and data analyst who admonishes Excel in favor of much more informative dashboards that drive his decision making. In this episode, we discuss AI, his start flipping homes, building new spec homes, coming out of the GFC, and now buying and developing larger commercial real estate using data for big wins.
Connect with Jason:
- Data analysis is crucial in making informed decisions in real estate.
- Automating data processes can save time, reduce errors, and improve decision-making.
- Visualizing data on dashboards can provide valuable insights and facilitate analysis.
- Incorporating qualitative information is essential in real estate analysis.
- Automation should be a priority in business to improve efficiency and competitiveness.
Jason’s Background in Real Estate
Motivation to Get into Real Estate
Dealing with the Great Financial Crisis
Lessons Learned from the Great Financial Crisis
The Role of Data in Jason’s Work
Challenges of Data Analysis
Automating Data Analysis
Visualizing Data on Dashboards
Transitioning to Professional Underwriting
Incorporating Qualitative Information
Consulting Work and Sharing Knowledge
The Importance of Automation
10x-ing a Part of the Business
Best Deal Jason Has Done
Worst Deal Jason Has Done
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Connecting with Jason
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