Seamus Nally is the CEO of TurboTenant and a landlord of several residential properties in upstate New York and Colorado. With a professional background in Product Management, Seamus is not just a proven builder of great products but also a cultivator of exceptional teams.
After joining TurboTenant in the Spring of 2020 as Chief Product Officer and COO, Seamus took over the reins as CEO in 2021. His collaboration with the talented team at TurboTenant has transformed the brand into the leading all-in-one platform that empowers landlords to seamlessly and confidently self-manage their rental properties. Leveraging his years of property management experience and extensive startup knowledge, Seamus is a strong leader of the TurboTenant team and an industry trailblazer.
Beyond his commitment to perfecting the landlord platform, Seamus is usually running, mixing it up in pickleball, or playing with his two kiddos.
Landlords: From Public Enemy to Average Service Professional
Changing Society’s Perception of Landlords
In 2023, many people see landlords as a common enemy, negatively impacting housing inventory, profiting off of society’s most vulnerable groups, and spiking the price of rentals nationwide. What most people don’t realize is that saving to invest in real estate is a way that working-class individuals have worked tirelessly to create a more sustainable future for themselves and their families, while providing a safe and stable home for their renters.
The public perception of landlords needs obvious work, but where do we start? Undoing decades of news coverage, depictions in pop culture, and generational distrust is a challenge – but it’s not impossible. Seamus Nally reframes public perception of landlords by focusing on the impact that a healthy landlord-tenant relationship and education has on our communities – highlighting why operating as an independent landlord is a positive example of the American Dream, not a greedy get-rich scheme.