After earning his degree from USC, Stephen Epstein entered the real estate industry at a small firm that managed over $150 million in construction for college students. After a year with that company, he took a position as an acquisition analyst with a global private equity real estate fund. He worked on transactions totaling over $300 million while at the private equity real estate fund, where he polished his talents in institutional asset allocation, formal underwriting, fund administration, and more. Epstein left real estate in 2007 to start DollarCamp, a publishing company and training organization dedicated to teaching high school and college students about personal finance. The publishing house was responsible for several best-selling textbooks and other works of education literature. Even though Epstein is still a shareholder, he is no longer involved in running DollarCamp.
In 2012, Epstein returned to the real estate business by moving to Tennessee to take advantage of the state's burgeoning real estate scene and solid demographic fundamentals. He syndicated over a dozen real estate renovation projects over five years, helping to revive neighborhoods, including East Nashville, Germantown, and Sylvan Park in and around Nashville. Apart from his career endeavors, Epstein enjoys a wide range of hobbies and interests. He likes to spend time on activities such as hiking, exploring other countries, boating, sailing, and kitesurfing. In addition, Epstein is an avid learner who listens to podcasts and audiobooks from financial specialists, entrepreneurs, and philosophers. His commitment to community outreach is further evidenced by his presence at the Celebrity Center Nashville, Church of Scientology, where he volunteers on a regular basis.
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