- 18 Years Real Estate Finance, Accounting and Development Experience
- Education Obtained at Texas Tech University, Bachelor of Science-Accounting
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Member The Real Estate Council
With almost 20 years of experience in structured finance transactions and capital sourcing, along with his background of accounting, Matt brings a wealth of knowledge to Maker Bros. Matt has played a critical role in transacting a wide range of development uses within the industry. Matt’s primary role at Maker Bros. is capital sourcing, deal structuring and legal/transactional documentation. In addition, he handles the day-to-day operational affairs of the company, including underwriting, capital modeling, budgets, accounting and reporting.
Prior to Maker Bros. and Matthews Southwest, Matt spent five years at CLB Partners, a condominium and multifamily development company with offices in Dallas, Austin and San Diego. While at CLB, Matt led the company through the successful closing of a $60M credit facility with Cerberus Capital. This arrangement provided multi-project development equity for the company’s growing project pipeline. Prior to CLB, Matt served as Controller for Westbrook Partners, his team responsible for the asset management of a $1B office portfolio. He began his career with the Ernst & Young Kenneth Leventhal Real Estate Group.
A Certified Public Accountant, Matt closely monitors changes affecting the industry, with the goal of avoiding structures or transactions that could negatively impact Maker Bros. and its investors.
Matt earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting at Texas Tech University.
Maker Bros. – Partner
Matthews Southwest– Vice President-Finance
CLB Partners– Controller/Developer
Westbrook Partners– Controller
Ernst & Young Kenneth Leventhal Real Estate Group – Senior Accountant
REPRESENTATIVE PROJECTS COMPLETED:
$40 Million, 290 Units – High Density, Urban Infill
South Side Alamo Drafthouse
$18 Million, 800 Seat– Cinema/Restaurant
South Side Dallas NYLO
$20 Million, 75 room– Boutique Hotel, HTC/NMTC/EB-5
$24 Million, 164 Units – High Density, Urban Infill, LIHTC
The Tribute Master Plan Community
$150 Million, 2,000 residences, 36-hole golf, 1600 acres
$25 Million, 125 Units – High Density, Urban Infill
Bridges on the Park
$40 Million, 104 Units –High Density, Urban Infill
Brownstones at Town Square
$40 Million, 60 Units – Lux Urban Multifamily
$40 Million, 98 Units – High Density, Urban Infill