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These Six Milennials In Mission Hills Make Millions Each Year But They Share A House

By Brittany Meiling
The San Diego Union-Tribune

WWR Article Summary (tl;dr) As Brittany Meiling reports, “The roommates call their digs the “Epic Entrepreneur House” — a six-bedroom home where they trade business strategy like currency.”

The San Diego Union-Tribune

If millions of dollars passed through your hands each year, do you think you’d have roommates?

Six successful entrepreneurs in San Diego are doing just that, sharing a house in Mission Hills — but not to save money.
All in their 20s and 30s, these millennials live under a strict code of conduct worthy of a reality TV show. The ultimate goal? Be the ultimate entrepreneur.

The roommates call their digs the “Epic Entrepreneur House” — a six-bedroom home where they trade business strategy like currency. Started as a frat-like community of startup founders, the home has evolved into a strait-laced pad with rules, schedules and board meetings.

“Everything in the house is designed to make you better without having to think about it,” said roommate Matt DeCelles.

The housemates don’t work at the same company. They each own different ventures, from e-commerce stores to medical device makers. Their companies are worth over $100 million combined, and the entrepreneurs have high standards for the company they keep.

“If someone moves out, we try to select a new person who will raise everyone else’s bar,” said roommate Shiv Shukla, the founder and CEO of Neuralace Medical. “They say you’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with, so we’re trying to up our average.”

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