Hearthfire Capital


Our Speakers

Hearthfire’s experts have helped many organizations and podcast hosts learn more about syndication. They are regularly speaking to audiences across industries about the benefits of investing and relate that to their individual journeys. You can view and listen to samples below.

Hearthfire Capital Press Release

Hearthfire Holdings and Atomic Storage Group Announce Strategic Partnership

Hearthfire Capital and Hearthfire Self Storage, a real estate private equity firm and self storage division of Hearthfire Holdings, and Atomic Storage Group, a national full-service self-storage management company, announce the formation of a strategic partnership today. The companies share a long-term strategy focused on scaling a diversified portfolio of self-storage assets across the Midwest and East Coast of the United States in secondary and tertiary market locations.

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Real Estate Syndication Spotlight

Your host, Annie Dickerson, talks with Sergio Altomare of Hearthfire Holdings. Hearthfire Holdings have been investing in real estate across the country for over 30 years. Starting with a single triplex, they have grown to syndicate and manage self-storage residential, multi-family, and commercial properties.

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The Real Estate Syndication Show

Why Technology Matters in Real Estate

While there’s a new breed of real estate clients emerging – technology savvy and digitally driven – there are also tech tools and online branding strategies available to real estate businesses to help them adapt to the fast-paced approach needed to satisfy these clients’ needs.

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BiggerPockets Podcast 545: Self Storage Investing and Avoiding “Monster Houses” w/ Sergio Altomare

Self Storage Investing and Avoiding “Monster Houses” w/ Sergio Altomare

Sergio Altomare didn’t start out investing in self storage. He made a massive leap, making lots of mistakes along the way until he found this gold mine of an asset class. For years, Sergio was buying small multifamily properties, one of them being a “monster house” which he later had to sell due to some serious zoning issues. Once he was introduced to syndications, he knew he could take his portfolio higher, without the headaches of large multifamily.

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