June 19, 2024

Folio Real Estate Group joins McNamara Ventures and MV Properties to form the only integrated real estate consortium in San Diego County. The three companies serve real estate investors in all aspects of real estate sales, acquisitions, development, investment, and property management.
SAN DIEGO, Sept. 7, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Today, real estate expert Keegan McNamara announces the launch of a new company, Folio Real Estate Group. McNamara founded Folio Real Estate Group after executing a 2021 transaction volume of $24 million solely through word-of-mouth. Folio works with savvy and sophisticated clients to sell and acquire homes and apartments.
As background, McNamara owns McNamara Ventures, the force behind high-impact urban infill projects such as The Guild on 30th, C+C Flats in Chula Vista, and three infill developments, currently in planning and early development stages, in Escondido. McNamara Ventures focuses on off-market development and investment opportunities in up-and-coming neighborhoods. In addition, McNamara founded MV Properties, a residential property management firm that manages approximately 500 residential units throughout San Diego County.
With the addition of Folio Real Estate Group, the companies form the only integrated real estate consortium in San Diego County to serve real estate investors in all aspects of real estate — selling and acquiring, investing, developing, and managing.
"At Folio Real Estate Group, we place the best interests of our clients first and deploy a forward-thinking, boutique approach," Principal McNamara said. "We also thoroughly dissect and study every real estate investment opportunity to help our clients build wealth and robust real estate portfolios."
One of the key values of Folio Real Estate Group, along with McNamara's other companies, is always to give back to the community. Currently, he focuses on improving education opportunities and reducing recidivism. He is the incoming chair of the board of directors of Barrio Logan College Institute, an after-school tutoring and mentorship program that has sent 100% of its kids to college over the organization's 25-year history. And he serves on the board of Rise Up Industries, which provides job training to formerly incarcerated gang members.
The new Folio Real Estate Group launch is powered by a partnership with Side. Side is a real estate technology company that exclusively partners with high-performing agents, teams, and independent brokerages to transform them into market-leading boutique brands and businesses. The advanced platform drives Folio Real Estate Group's cutting-edge premium services. Side provides proprietary technology, transaction management, branding and marketing services, public relations, legal support, lead generation, vendor management, infrastructure solutions, and more.
"Our partnership with Side supercharges our capabilities by providing us with a revolutionary brokerage platform, premium tech, and ongoing operational support," McNamara shared. "And, we are excited about joining Side's exclusive group of partners, tapping into an expansive coast-to-coast network."
For more information, visit http://www.foliosandiego.com.
About Folio Real Estate Group
Folio Real Estate Group is headquartered in Del Mar, California, and strives to help people build wealth and robust real estate portfolios. Its agents ensure client success through a combination of cutting-edge technology strategies that allow them to follow the data and expertise in market analysis and investing. Passionate about the communities they serve along the spectrum of real estate investment, from homes to apartments, the Folio team works tirelessly to open doors for all San Diegans. The company's community involvement includes the Barrio Logan College Institute and Rise Up Industries. For more information, visit http://www.foliosandiego.com.
Media Contact
Susan Almon-Pesch, Folio Real Estate Group, (858) 205-0516, su*@sp*********.com" class="link">su*@sp*********.com
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