From the trenches

Episode 16 - Stephen Jagger: addy - Real Estate for Everyone

Episode Summary

Stephen Jagger is the co-founder of real estate investing platform Addy. He discusses his company's unique approach to breaking down barriers to owning income producing properties. Addy's fractional ownership model is a true business-minded solution to challenges facing the general public and development organizations.

Episode Notes

Stephen Jagger is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. He started his entrepreneurial journey in 2000 when he and long time business partner Mike Stephenson setup Combustion Hosting (acquired ’06), followed by Ubertor Realtor Software (acquired ’13). In 2012 they headed to the Philippines and set up OutsourcingThingsDone.com to provide virtual assistants to real estate professionals.

OutsourcingThingsDone.com grew to 150 employees and discovered a need for HR and payroll software for the Philippines and Singapore. They answered that call by setting up a company called PayrollHero, focused on time, attendance, scheduling, HR and payroll. After living in Manila and Singapore for 4 years with his wife and children, Stephen returned back to Vancouver to launch Instant Messaging Real Estate Corp. to provide artificial intelligence services to the real estate industry and addy to eradicate barriers to home ownership for everyone. Stephen is the co-President of the Vancouver College Alumni Association and sits as a Director of The Mel Jr. & Marty Zajac Foundation. 

Learn more about addy by visiting: www.addyinvest.com.