I want to share our story. Our goal is to help you figure out what your next step is. I’d love to hear from you and connect, not only with the real estate side of things, but also if you’re interested in RV living, mountain biking, or traveling around America the Beautiful.”

– Victor Thompson (USAFA ‘07)


Victor Thompson (USAFA ‘07) is a lifestyle entrepreneur, real estate investor, and military veteran. His successful real estate investing business, Zero Gravity REI serves the South Carolina and Georgia markets and is focused on single family and small multi-family properties. Victor is focused on becoming a master communicator and solution provider. He’s passionate about building meaningful relationships and helping others exceed their potential. He believes that if you want to go far, go together. His goal is to help provide safe, clean, and affordable housing, to make his investors money, and to continue to grow his business partnership.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • How Victor became interested in real estate
  • Why he started Zero Gravity REI, how it operates, and what his focus markets are
  • The impact and unique opportunities presented by the Covid-19 pandemic 
  • How fellow veterans and cross country travels are helping him develop the business
  • How 10X Vets is helping his business grow

 Victor also shares what his big-picture company goals are, where in the USA he’s visiting now, why he loves RV life, and the connections he’s made that are expanding the reach of his mission. We loved hearing about all the interesting people he’s met and hope his story inspires you to connect with other like-minded individuals and turn your dream into reality.

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Special thanks to Victor for joining me this week. Until next time!

-Scott Mackes, USNA ’01

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