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Alec Hartman: Revolutionizing the way people buy homes
Alec Hartman is the co-founder and CEO of Welcome Homes, a startup streamlining the way people buy homes online.
About This Episode
Alec Hartman is the CEO and co-founder of Welcome Homes, a startup offering custom-built homes that can be ordered online. Alec has previously built Digital Ocean, a publicly traded company providing cloud infrastructure to help businesses build, deploy and scale applications.
In our conversation with Alec, we cover:
- Evolution of the startup ecosystem in Miami and Florida
- The origin story of Welcome Homes
- Market analysis behind the decision to start building custom-made homes
- How Welcome Homes work and how does it differ from a traditional home building process
- How Welcome Homes changes the work of contractors
- Smart homes and the level of technology that people expect in their homes
- Housing market in the times of remote work and high-speed internet
- Regulatory compliance and building a remote-work dedicated home
- The future of real estate
- Alec’s startup journey, starting Digital Ocean
- The benefits of going through Techstars program with Digital Ocean
- Alec’s three mantras for running a startup
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