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Eric Upchurch is an Army Special Operations veteran who grew up in Central Iowa before attending college in California. He has a passion for educating the military community on how to create long term wealth through real estate investing, while personally investing across the country for the last fourteen years. Eric serves as Co-Founder of Active Duty Passive Income (ADPI) and is a Senior Managing Partner with ADPI Capital. Most recently, Eric’s team has opened a nationwide, first-of-its-kind 100% employee-owned mortgage branch, real estate brokerage, as well as an insurance company – all with the goal of serving the ADPI community of military real estate investors.

Eric’s Portfolio and Related Experience:

  • General Partner on 571 doors 
  • Limited Partner on 575 doors
  • Involvement in over $62M in real estate assets with experience in sourcing, capital raise, risk capital, asset management, and as guarantor/KP
  • Co-authored Amazon #1 bestselling book, Military House Hacking
  • Accredited Investor
  • Interviewed Grant Cardone, Jocko Willink, Robert Kiyosaki, Medal of Honor recipient Florent Groberg, and many, many more amazing influencers

Other Related Experience:

Private lending, tax liens, self-directed IRAs, buy and hold rentals, residential construction, single family flips, live-in flips, new construction development and small multifamily properties.

Giving Back: 

Eric and his team have partnered with Veterans Community Project to build tiny homes for homeless veterans. The non-profit builds permanent structures in these communities with the aim to end veteran homelessness this decade! After being featured on CNN and NBC, 3,000 cities have reached out to implement the system.

In May 2019, with the ADPI team, Eric founded ADPI H.E.L.P.S. (Helping Everyone Live Post-Stress), which is a PTSD and addiction support group for veterans, where the aim is simple, “Save One Life”. This is accomplished through monthly Zoom calls, blog participation, and private communication as an instant walkie-talkie style lifeline.


Eric’s personal mission statement is to “educate, empower and to help people grow”. Through his trials in the military, he has clarity that anything is possible if you THINK it is. Mind over matter.

Eric is currently training for a ½ Ironman race in April 2020 (1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run). 

Eric has a wife of 15 years, Talia, and two boys, 7 and 10 years old.

Short term goal: donate one house to a homeless veteran in 2020

Long term goal: donate $1M annually