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GSC Capital LLC invests in small to mid cap, value-add commercial real estate. Our investment thesis centers around properties where we believe we can provide superior risk adjusted returns to our investors, and at the same time improving the surrounding community and tenant experience. Investing in the Southeast United States, we hold ourselves to a high ethical standard, and strive to carry out our business plans as intended while providing transparency to our investors.


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John is a Certified Financial Analyst and a Certified Public Accountant with over 15 years of experience in commercial real estate and asset management with stints in San Francisco, New York, Houston, and Atlanta.  As a former Managing Director at Cushman & Wakefield and Investment Advisor at Trimont Real Estate Advisors, John now specializes in commercial acquisitions. John also enjoys UCLA football, walking the Atlanta Beltline, and traveling.

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Damien transitioned into real estate after a long and successful collegiate and professional volleyball career.  After leading the UCLA Men's Volleyball team to an NCAA championship as their team captain, Damien played professional volleyball in six different countries and was a member of the USA Men's National team.  After moving to Atlanta to pursue coaching, Damien simultaneously began real estate investing in triplexes and quads, eventually moving to commercial multifamily and then becoming an owner/manager of over 200 apartments.

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Alan Corey is a serial real estate entrepreneur and published author. With over 20 years in real estate, Alan has led one of the top producing real estate teams in Metro-Atlanta, co-founded PutPostIn, a technology company to assist agents on their real estate listings, and the previously a director at NabeWise, a NYC-based real estate startup acquired by Airbnb.  Alan recently published his third book on investing, "House FIRE [Financial Independence, Retire Early]" on how to use real estate investing as a means to replace your 9-5 income.

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