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Reed Goossens

You only live once, so Be Bold, Be Brave, & Go Give Life a Crack!

G’day! My name is Reed Goossens, thanks for stopping by and checking out our website. I am a real estate investor, entrepreneur, author, public speaker and all-round good bloke!


My real estate investing journey first started back in 2009 when I picked up the little purple book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. This book opened my eyes to a world of entrepreneurship that I was not aware existed. 


Up until this point I was a subscriber to the conventional 9-5 career-path. Something inside of me didn’t want to comply to conventional norms, and that I knew I had more to give in my life then just sitting in a cubicle for the next 50 years. I wanted to be more, do more, but most importantly I wanted to take control of my life and Rich Dad Poor Dad was the book that changed it all.

My background is in civil/structural engineering and I have over 9 years of professional experience before taking the plunge full time into real estate investing and development. 


I moved to the US in 2012 for the love of two things: Firstly, my wife (at the time my girlfriend) and secondly the big apple, NYC! Within the first year of living in the US I had purchased my first duplex for $38,000 all cash. This experience taught me a lot about the benefits of investing for cashflow here in the US. Barriers to entry are a lot lower compared to my homeland of Australia.


Since this time, I have gone on to start Wildhorn Capital, a multi family syndication investing firm which owns over $110 mill worth of real estates to date. 


I am also the host of the successful podcast Investing in the US, wherein I interview industry leaders, entrepreneurs and real estate investors about their success and how they achieved financial freedom through investing in U.S. real estate. Check out all the episodes by clicking the banner on the left! 

10,000 Miles to the

American Dream

The stories of eight Aussies who traveled the 10000 miles from Australia to the United States to find our own American Dream. Stuffed full of inspiration, education, and "fair dinkum" Australian humor!