For 40 years, Inc. has celebrated the fastest-growing private companies in America. This year, Viking Capital is pleased to announce a rank of 1,086. The company now shares an exclusive pedigree with prestigious alums, including Under Armour, Intuit, Zappos, Microsoft, Timberland, Clif Bar, Pandora, Jamba Juice, Patagonia, and Oracle (along with many others).
The team behind Viking Capital is honored to receive this ranking that represents hard work from an experienced team and a passion for helping investors build generational wealth. Despite the challenges of the pandemic and uncertainty for investors and real estate, the company has thrived with multifamily investment opportunities that improve communities, preserve capital, and deliver an excellent investor experience.
As busy physicians, founders Vikram Raya and Ravi Gupta realized that working more hours wouldn’t help them build the wealth or lifestyles they wanted for their families. So they developed Viking Capital with a mission to help physicians and investors achieve financial freedom so they can live the lives they’ve always wanted. The company does that by helping accredited investors invest passively in multifamily real estate syndications (group investments).
Passive investing through multifamily real estate is the best investment for busy physicians and professionals. It’s the only investment that delivers cash flow, appreciation, equity, and tax benefits—without the hassles of being a landlord, so investors can focus on what matters most.
Multifamily properties are recession-resistant investments that deliver optimal returns for investors. The Viking Capital Team prides itself on conservative projections when selecting low-risk investments with high-yielding value-add potential.
In every real estate deal they choose, Viking strives to maximize investor returns while also making an impact on the planet through green projects. In addition, they have a huge heart for supporting the community and are proud of all the organizations they support—a portion of all profits go to incredible charities that support children, families, affordable housing, literacy, and more.
Since its inception, Viking Capital has acquired $600 million in assets through 24 properties and 5,035 units and raised $100+ million in equity with an investor club of more than 1,000 investors.
To learn more about Viking Capital and investment opportunities, schedule a time to connect with Colm McEvilly.