We provide our investors above average returns by acquiring and repositioning value-add multifamily in growing Texas Markets

$175 mm

Portfolio Value







Real Estate Builds Wealth better than any other
investment vehicle

  •   No other investment class has 4 ways to provide returns: Cash Flow, Appreciation, Amortization, Depreciation

Focusing on Value Add & Infill Locations Minimizes Operational Risk

  • A strategy that uses both Macro & Micro Economic factors provides our operating team with strong upside potential

The U.S Has Become a Nations of Renters

  • Home Affordability, Economic Uncertainty and a shift in the mentality of the American Dream has made renting, not owning, the new normal

Texas is better-positioned to capitalize on population and job growth than any other state.

  • A business-friendly environment, strong employment opportunity and family affordability have made Texas the best place to live in America right now


“Houston added more people than any other U.S. city last year” – TIME

6 Yr. Population Growth: 16%
Unemployment Rate: 4.1%
Job Growth Rate: 3.75%


“Austin named the No.1 Place in America to Start a Business” – Inc.

10 Yr. Population Growth: 36%
Unemployment Rate: 2.9%
Occupancy Rate: 93.3%

San Antonio

“San Antonio is Enjoying the Country’s Largest Population Boom” – Forbes

Projected 5-Yr Pop. Growth: 7.3%
Unemployment Rate: 2.9%
Occupancy Rate: 94%






Managing Partner

Andrew Campbell is a native Austinite and real estate entrepreneur who broke into real estate investing first as a passive investor in 2009. In 2012 he transitioned into active investing and management of a personal portfolio that grew to 76 units across Austin and San Antonio. He earned his stripes building and managing his personal portfolio before moving into larger multifamily buildings. At Wildhorn, he is focused on Acquisitions in his native Texas markets and maintaining Investor Relations, leveraging his marketing background to build long-term relationships.

Andrew’s background is in Market Research & Brand Strategy, spending time in both advertising agencies and emerging technology consultancies, where he was most recently a Partner at an award winning app developer. He received a BS in Advertising from The University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from Baylor University.


Managing Partner

Reed Goossens is a real estate entrepreneur and Managing Partner of Wildhorn Capital. As a native Australian, Reed moved to the U.S. to pursue his investing career in early 2012. Reed is a qualified chartered structural engineer and project manager. Since 2007, Reed has been involved with large scale commercial construction and real estate development projects, with a combined worth over $500 million; in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the U.S.—highlighted by his work in London in anticipation of the 2012 Olympic Games.

Reed’s expertise includes project management, property development, and key stakeholder management. At Wildhorn, he is responsible for asset management and all things financial, including accounting and underwriting. He is also the host of top rated real estate investing podcast, Investing in the US – An Aussie’s Guide to US Real Estate, wherein he interviews other distinguished real estate entrepreneurs about their success and help guide other intentional investor who want to successfully break into the US.

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