The Opportunity Zone Expo Podcast
Summary: On "The OZExpo Podcast", host Jack Heald has conversations with people who really know the Opportunity Zone market. From investors, fund managers and developers to tax experts, politicians and attorneys, if it involves Opportunity Zones, you’ll hear the most influential voices on "The OZExpo Podcast."
Erik Hayden develops and funds OZ development in downtown San Jose through his company Urban Catalyst.
Capital Fund Law Group is narrowly focused on the needs of the capital funding industry.
Peter Hirshberg thinks the Silicon Valley hackathon model is one of the best ways to redevelop our cities.
David Waxman of MMPartners has been doing OZ development before OZ development was even a thing.
Hotbed Music Hall is the name, transformed OZ communities is the game.
Nicole Pecoulas, Managing Director at Barings, talks about the kinds of OZ deals Barings is seeking.
Stephanie M Smith describes how to build relationships and navigate government programs: two essential qualities for success in the OZ.
Avy Stein's battle with cancer made him determined to make the world better. The OZ program is one vehicle he identified to help do just that.
Jon Talansky of King & Spalding is "a two-handed lawyer" who gets the joke.
Tax attorney Cory Bilodeau guides us through the risks and rewards of OZ investing.
AJ Patton talks about his plan of merging alternative energy and affordable housing in Opportunity Zones.
He recognized the opportunity in mobile home parks before the OZ program existed.
Mike McMahon has surprising advice for folks who believe there's no way to make a REIT work in the OZ.
Jerry McGaughy creates success in the OZ with an utterly unique approach to investing in distressed communities.
Martin Muoto's improbable success renovating South-Central LA is one of the most inspiring OZ stories I've heard yet.