Terrance founded VareCo in 2014 and has since directed the growth of its portfolio through 1000+ real estate transactions and its current AUM of more than $80M. Terrance creates value through lasting relationships in construction, lending, and brokerage as well as in perfecting systems and processes in real estate.
With a passion for helping others add value to their own lives through real estate and for helping countless investors make the jump from single-family to multi-family investing, Terrance is featured on numerous media outlets and podcasts offering investment tips and property insights.
Outside of real estate, Terrance is passionate about his family. He and his wife, Julie, have two young children, Emilia and Noah. Julie and Terrance are active in their local church in addition to serving on the board of a local organization called Activ8 All-Stars which serves local children and families with disabilities.
Prior to joining The VareCo, Daniel was a rising star in the college basketball coaching ranks. At 23 he started at Baylor University under Scott’s Drew’s staff advancing to the Elite 8 in in his first year. During this time, Daniel worked one on one in the development of his players, four of which would go on to play in the NBA. Following his time at Baylor Daniel joined Illinois State as the Director of Basketball Operations where he worked with current Head Coach Dan Muller and was pivotal in achieving the two top recruiting classes in the Missouri Valley in consecutive seasons. While at Illinois State Daniel became close with then assistant coach Dana Ford and was Dana’s first hire at Tennessee State University in 2014. Following TSU Danny moved onto Bentonville High School appearing in multiple state championships coaching the 11th pick in the 2018 NBA Draft Malik Monk. Now as Director of DSM Operations Daniel continually draws on his coaching experience to enhance systems and processes, and develop talent. Since 2017, Daniel has built and lead a team of eight successful Property Managers; with a focus on quality and efficiency for its 40+ properties.
Zach attended Colorado State University where he earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Construction Management. He has worked for two of the top 10 commercial construction firms in the US, where he held a leadership role in the management of over $1B in total project cost. With extensive experience in both commercial and residential development, Zach provides critical execution to value-add processes, consistently producing increased quality and safety to The VareCo projects. Zach enjoys time spent with his family as well as well as hunting in the mountains of Colorado.
After a 10 year career in construction retail, MJ began developing and managing multi-family projects in 2015. Having owned and operated within investment real estate personally, MJ brings critical efficiencies to The VareCo by combining his product sourcing experience with a proven ability to see opportunity in the development and acquisition phases. Overseeing $25M in development hard and soft cost in year 2020 alone, Mj’s expertise provides immense value on all things construction related, from Quality Control to Project Accounting, MJ delivers quality and is critical in the team's ability to provide meaningful returns to our investors.
Brittney comes to The VareCo Team all the way from Atlanta, GA. Growing up in a real estate family, she was exposed to the acquisition and development processes at an early age. Brittney received a Chemistry degree from the University of West Alabama with a published thesis on Nanoparticle in conjunction with the University of Alabama. As Operation Manager, she brings a deep understanding of process development, strong collaborative and problem-solving skills, as well as a hard-working spirit coupled with a passion for growth. She provides critical value every day by forming the bridge between brokers, sub-contractors, internal Project Management, and Property Management. Brittney is active in health and fitness as well as cultivating a passion for learning.