Advisory Board



Bria Bailey is the Managing Principal of Radcliffe Ventures LLC, an alternative investment, advisory and brokerage firm based in New York City.  Ms. Bailey has 10 years of investment and advisory experience in financial services and commercial real estate.

Ms. Bailey began her career as a management consultant for Accenture and Booz Allen Hamilton. As an Associate at Safanad Inc., Ms. Bailey was an integral member of the acquisition of $545MM of multifamily assets. Over the course of her real estate career, Ms. Bailey has transacted over $3B of core to value-add opportunities with a focus on multifamily and retail assets. Today, Ms. Bailey advises investment managers on capitalization and acquisition strategies in addition to directly investing in value-add and opportunistic multifamily assets.

Ms. Bailey received Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters of Business Administration in Real Estate from Columbia Business School. Ms. Bailey is a New York Licensed Real Estate Broker and is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI).


Reed Goosens is a Managing Partner at Wildhorn Capital. As a native Australian, Reed moved to the U.S to pursue his career. A qualified structural engineer and project manager, Reed has been involved with large‐scale commercial construction and real estate development projects worth over $500 million since 2007; in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the U.S., including the London 2012 Olympic Games. After gaining valuable experience working in the engineering and construction industry, Reed decided to pursue his passion for real estate development and investing by starting RSN Property Group.

Throughout recent years Reed has developed his personal portfolio of solid cashflow investment properties. He believes now is the time to enhance and utilize the power of syndication investing to purchase apartment communities across the U.S. Reed’s commitment to the development of a structured approach to researching, acquiring and managing investments provides the basis for RSN’s sound operating system.