By Leah Etling, Contributing Writer
October 23, 2013
For attorney and investor Louis Rogers, wrapping up $100 million in real estate investment transactions in the past year was not that big a deal. It’s his weekend hobby, competing in equestrian eventing, that really gets his heart rate up.
“At the events, I think about how easy it is at work, where I’ve got all the answers in the world and never lose any sleep. In eventing, I’ve got to ride 25 miles per hour over bridges and ditches and all sorts of scary jumps and things and I start to think, ‘Oh, it’s so hard!’ It makes me want to pull my hair out,” said Rogers, a veteran of the real estate syndication market who spent three years as president of Triple Net Properties, a company he helped launch as outside legal counsel.
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