John Corey started his tech career in 1982 when he moved to Silicon Valley after completing his degree in Computer Science. John’s first job included being online as a paid contributor to a forum. About 18 months after starting work in the Valley, John discovered real estate investing. He read a book and then took a seminar. On the Monday after the weekend seminar, John exchanged on a house using the ‘nothing down’ strategies he had learned 24 hours previously.
After working for Steve Jobs as NeXT, John took up a role at Swiss Bank Corp, London. That was in 1994. Today, the bank is known as UBS.
Since then, John has continued as a buy and hold landlord, Hawaii, to Bradford. No Brit ever asks, ‘Why Hawaii?’. These days, John combines his background in financial regulations, technology, and real estate through crowdfunding. A convergence strategy which allows John to travel when the pandemic is not causing lockdowns.