Elevation Capital Group
A Better Way to Invest
Jamie Smith is an avid real estate investor with over 12 years of experience investing in MHCs, single family residential and storage units. Mrs. Smith is the co-manager of multiple investment funds, which specialize in investing in MHCs.
Mrs. Smith has experience overseeing the management of various types of real estate properties, focusing on investor relations, capital raising, and acquisitions. Mrs. Smith has managed a rent collection company, and is the manager of the Ryan and Jamie Smith Foundation. She authored a highly reviewed book on investing in MHCs and has spoken at numerous conferences on the topic.
Mrs. Smith graduated from the University of Central Florida with a double major in Business and Psychology. She lives in Orlando with her husband and her two children.
888-642-2007 ext. 102
Ryan Smith brings with him more than fifteen years of business experience in market evaluation, property analysis, management systems, due diligence and investor relations. Mr. Smith is the co-manager of multiple investment funds, which specialize in investing in MHCs.
Mr. Smith graduated from the University of Tampa with a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science. An athlete, he was highly recruited for both baseball and basketball and was drafted as a senior in high school by the Baltimore Orioles, and again in college by the Anaheim Angels. Mr. Smith pursued his athletic talents by playing baseball throughout his college experience.
His foresight and ability to communicate the state of the marketplace has propelled him to be a featured commentator alongside the likes of Mayor Rudy Giuliani, General Colin Powell and other notable individuals. He is currently on the board of Young Life College – UCF and is a member of the Advisory Board for the National Christian Foundation’s Orlando chapter. Mr. Smith lives in Orlando with his wife and two children.
888-642-2007 ext. 101
Frank Rolfe has been active in all facets of the MHC business for over two decades, where he has managed companies that have owned and operated MHCs across the U.S.
He currently co-manages multiple investment funds, which specialize in investing in MHCs. Mr. Rolfe has performed due diligence on hundreds of MHCs, and is a well-known author and speaker at MHC related events.
Since June 2008, Frank has conducted widely attended MHC boot camps. Prior to his MHC business, he was the largest private owner of billboards in Dallas/Ft. Worth.
888-642-2007 ext. 104
Mr. Siragusa currently co-manages multiple funds, which specialize in investing in MHCs across the U.S.
Mr. Siragusa has been involved in investor relations, capital raising, and acquisitions including due diligence and underwriting of MHC’s. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of California at San Diego and has received multiple patents.
Since 2008 he has served as President of the non-profit North San Diego Real Estate Investors Association, Inc. (NSDREI), one of San Diego’s leading real estate education and networking organizations. Mr. Siragusa also serves as an educator, mentor and consultant to other real estate Investors and professionals. He is blessed with a wonderful wife and two daughters.
888-642-2007 ext. 103
Mr. Reynolds has specialized in the acquisition of MHCs and RV Parks for over 20 years, and has managed companies that have owned and operated numerous MHCs. He currently co-manages multiple MHC investment funds across U.S.
Mr. Reynolds is owner and CEO of RV Horizons, Inc., which provides property management and accounting services for MHCs. He is a licensed Colorado real estate broker and has been involved in additional MHC transactions in that capacity. He has authored four books on the subject of investing in MHC’s and has developed several of the most popular websites dedicated to the MHC industry, including MobileHomeParkStore.com. Mr. Reynolds has a B.S. in Accounting from Mesa State College, and has completed additional graduate courses in accounting and taxation at Colorado State University.
888-642-2007 ext. 105