Co-founder & Managing Partner
Ryan Vincent is experienced and accomplished in financial & economics with over 15 years of experience in the field of different financial markets. He earned his degrees in Finance & Economics in 2004 from the prestigious Gustavus Adolphus College. Ryan’s interest in real estate developed while pursuing his degree. In particular, he became interested in real estate investment, commodity investments, and risk management. That’s why, in the year 2008, he co-founded the privately held firm Vincent Companies. Ryan is currently a managing partner of Vincent Companies and has been running it successfully while completing various successful projects.
Vincent Companies has several divisions offering proactive risk management, careful selection of opportunities, and as a result, great value. Vincent Real Estate, Vincent Energy, and Vincent Development are the main divisions of Vincent Companies.
Vincent Real Estate has been involved in developing establishments and communities for senior assisted living and apartment buildings. Some of the highlighted projects of Vincent Companies are the developments of the NOVO Apartments and Urbana Court Apartments. Both projects have been a significant addition in the suburban areas surrounding the Twin Cities, where the need for residential space for both seniors and younger generations is growing by the day. Ryan currently has a portfolio of over 1,000 units. These projects have not only helped provide thousands of people a place to live, but by working and building on these projects, hundreds of people have been given jobs to provide for themselves and their families.
Ryan discusses and provides useful thoughts on economic topics to listeners of his popular podcast, Financial Fortitude. This podcast is jointly hosted with Mr. Dale Creed Francis. Additionally, Ryan spends time reading books about real estate, alternative investments, economic trends, and new investment methodologies.
“Things change all the time, we used to ride horses, and now we drive cars. Investment vehicles change, protection vehicles change, it’s important to understand that and go through that education process.” – Ryan Vincent