Garrett Ramela 😎


Garrett Ramela getting his picture taken on a ferry in Seattle, Washington.
Garrett Ramela getting his picture taken on a ferry in Seattle, Washington.

Garrett Ramela is a financial technology consultant, entrepreneur, and real estate investor that enjoys learning in his free time.

He is known for his appearances on CNBC and is one of the co-founder of this website,Β Millennial Investments πŸ’°.

Early Life πŸ‘Ά

Garrett grew up into the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and has two brothers, Justin and Nick. He was a lackluster student in high school and ending up falling on his face as an adult. As a result, Garrett decided to enlist in the US Marines and served from 2014-2018.

Real Estate Investing 🏑

In April of 2017, Garrett got a hold of his first rental property after his cousin, and he decided to turn his cousin's primary residence into a rental property. Garrett agreed to pay holding and renovation costs in exchange for 50% ownership of the property. In March of 2018, Garrett purchased his second property in Alexandria, Virginia, using the VA home loan program. After living in the property for 15 months, he moved to Maryland and purchased his third property. In June of 2020, Garrett purchased his fourth property near where his family lives in Pittsburgh, PA.

Personal Life πŸŽ“

Garrett enjoys learning and during the past several years he was able to earn multiple degrees. He holds a bachelors in business administration from the University of Maryland Global Campus, a masters in finance from American University, and a masters in IT management from the University of Virginia. He is working on his third masters at the George Washington University studying artificial intelligence, business analytics, and cloud computing. He enjoys chatting about finance, technology, startups, real estate, and politics.

Entrepreneurship πŸ’‘

Garrett also runs a small, e-commerce coffee company called Common Sense Coffee β˜• and is the CFO for Finply πŸ“Š, a startup looking to transform the way founders and entrepreneurs build financial models.

Press Coverage πŸ“°

  1. This 24-year-old former Marine earns $120,000 a year and owes $47,500 in debtβ€”here’s how he spends his money
  2. Barbara Corcoran reacts to a 24-year-old who earns $120,000 and owns 3 rental properties
  3. 4 millennials share what it’s like to be a landlord during the coronavirus pandemic
  4. Ep 075-Once a Marine, Always a Marine (w/ Garrett Ramela)
  5. IAM827-President Provides Top-tier Coffee to Visionaries
  6. You've Collected Customer Feedback. Now What?
  7. TWE 29: Using Customer Insights to Build a Coffee Brand With a Mission
  8. Growing Your Marketing Tech Stack: According to the Experts
  9. Tips from eCommerce Retailers to Staying in Business During the Pandemic
  10. Meet The Real Estate Tycoon Who Grew Up In Foster Care
  11. Garrett Ramela: Reinventing Coffee Through Technology