Rearden Capital Corporation

R. O'Neal Gray

Mailing Address: 25 Highland Park Village, Suite #100, PMB #319 Dallas, Texas 75205



R. O’Neal Gray founded Rearden Capital Corporation in March of 1993.  Our business purpose was to invest in promising real estate and technology and to provide venture funding for small startup companies.

Rearden Capital has built or remodeled in excess of 2700 apartment units owned by the company, built and / or remodeled 14+ self storage properties owned by the Company or its affiliates, acquired, leased and / or sold and developed over 170 acres of in-town land, and has arranged financing for $200 million on the Company’s real estate holdings.

Rearden Capital Corporation owns Horizon American Development Corporation, which specializes in self storage and office – warehouse development. 

Rearden owns and operates a portfolio of self-storage facilities, and the Company consistently ranks in the top 100 self storage operators in the United States by both of the industry magazines. 

The Company’s founder is frequently quoted and published in various newspaper and magazine articles in areas including real estate, financing and tax-free property exchanges.

Rearden has provided capital for numerous small startup companies including AmeriPlan Dental Services, Confirm Software Services, Quake Software Solutions and AutoRealty Real Estate Forms.  The Company’s total return on these investments has averaged over 57%.

Rearden owns numerous patents that were either acquired from inventors or via funding of the development of the intellectual property and the patent process for the inventors.  Rearden provides business and professional consulting services to the inventors along with providing financing.  Patents either owned by the Company or in the patent approval process cover such diverse areas as Internet Financial Security, Credit Card Transaction Security, and Structured 1031-1033 Property Exchanges (Business Methodology Involving Structured Real Estate Exchanges Using the IRS Codes).

Rearden’s objective is, when the intellectual property portfolio reaches what the Company considers to be critical mass,  to license the patents in exchange for long term royalty payments.