Founder and CEO
Logan Anjaneyulu is the founder, President and CEO of the Investment Manager, Alamo Equity, LLC (as used in this section, “Alamo Equity”), a private equity firm investing in the commercial real estate space. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, Alamo Equity is built on the foundation of Logan’s over 15 years of real estate investing experience, both domestically here in the United States and internationally since 2003. Alamo Equity was founded in 2016 and was formally organized in 2017 as a Delaware Limited Liability Company.
Alamo Equity initiated its first formal capital raise and investment activity in 2016 with the acquisition of a medical office building in San Antonio for roughly $2.1 million at a 9%+ cap rate. Since then, Alamo Equity has built a solid pipeline of commercial real estate (CRE) opportunities in San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Houston, and various growing markets across Texas and the United States.
Logan kicked off formal CRE investment activities in 2015 and this slowly led to the formation of Alamo Equity, LLC in the summer of 2016. Building upon his education at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Logan studied opportunities in the real estate private equity space. This led to Alamo Equity becoming Logan's primary career choice starting in the summer of 2017. At Alamo Equity, Logan is responsible for the overall strategic direction of the company, the formation of the company’s investment funds, creating working teams for each portfolio investment, and identifying sources of capital.
His earliest foray into understanding the real estate market was way back in 1999 when he co-founded www.HomeChennai.com, a real estate rental dotcom startup for the Chennai, India market. Logan exited successfully in 2001 when he moved to the United States for higher studies. Logan started making real estate investments in 2003, comprising residential as well as commercial investments, both in India and the US. For example, he successfully spotted and rode the automobile manufacturing wave in Chennai (considered the Detroit of Asia) between 2003 and 2007, and during that period he made several key investments in the growing auto corridor and exited successfully. Similarly, when housing prices fell more than ~35% in the 2008 financial crisis, he swiftly identified and invested in a Southern California residential portfolio. During 2011-13, Logan successfully re-zoned and developed a residential land project in Chennai to develop and sell 103 single-family home lots. His other key investments and exits include a commercial office space and industrial warehouses in Southern California market at 10%+ Cap Rate; and a JV to develop residential apartment projects both in Chennai and Bangalore in the 2010-14 period.