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Next Generation Honoree: Meteoric Rise to Top for World Class Holdings’ Nate Paul

World Class Holdings’ founder Nate Paul isn’t bashful about his accomplishments, nor is he boastful about success. The gaudy numbers actually speak for themselves.

Paul built a more than $1.5-billion real estate investment business over the last decade, that he started while in college at the University of Texas. He took advantage of depressed values during the recession, and built one of the most impressive national real estate portfolios.

That is just one of the reasons we chose Paul to be one of the ten national 2017 Next Generation Award winners. Connect Media’s Next Generation Awards recognize young leaders in the commercial real estate industry who are likely to be influential for years to come.

Today, he owns one of the largest self-storage companies in America, Great Value Storage, which holds 35,000 units nationwide. He’s the largest development landowner in downtown Austin, where he controls land entitled for six million square feet of development. He’s also amassed more than 10 million square feet of commercial properties in 17 states, including office, retail, industrial, and mixed-use.

The credit for Paul’s success is anchored in a strategy of buying when everyone was selling between 2009-2014. That foresight and the courage to execute on that contrarian approach has made the 30-year-old perhaps America’s youngest self-made real estate billionaire.

Connect With World Class Holdings’ Paul

Come see our honorees accept their awards at:
Connect New York on Sept. 19 2017 at The Underground, Rockefeller Center
Connect Apartments on September 28, 2017 at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown
Connect Houston on November 2, 2017 at Station 3
– Connect Westside L.A. – December 2017, location to be determined

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