Friday, August 19, 2016

29th Street Capital Expands in Dallas-Fort Worth; Lamont Rattler to Seek Value-Add Apartment Deals in DFW

Lamont Rattler

  Dallas, TX – Lamont Rattler has joined 29th Street Capital (29SC) as Vice President of Multifamily Acquisitions in Dallas.

Rattler is responsible for all facets of the privately-held real estate investment and advisory firm’s multifamily acquisitions and asset management strategies in this market. His first tasks include helping 29SC expand its footprint in the DFW area by looking at value-add and opportunistic acquisition targets.

“We are extremely excited to have Lamont join us,” said 29th Street Capital Managing Director Robert Bollhoffer. “He has many years of knowledge and experience in the DFW market, and a great grasp of the local market dynamics and specific location drivers.

“He will be a valuable part of the 29SC team as we continue to grow our platform. We look forward to continuing to bring our investors the types of transactions that they have come to expect from our group.”

“I am extremely excited to join 29th Street Capital and help the firm expand its presence in the DFW market,” Rattler said. “I feel the timing is right and plenty of value-add opportunities still exist in one of the strongest markets in the country.”

Robert Bollhoffer
With over 12 years of transactional experience in the Texas market, Rattler has a proven track record as a commercial real estate and investment sales professional.

Most recently, Rattler was a Director in the Dallas office of Cushman & Wakefield’s Multifamily Advisor Group, leading investment sales on over 80 transactions with a combined value of $1 billion.

His responsibilities included managing all aspects of transactions including sourcing opportunities, client advisory services, asset valuation, investment driver analysis, contract negotiations and closing transactions. 

Previously, he worked in the financial services industry as an asset manager, managing a $6 billion CMBS portfolio with Wells Fargo, and a financial analyst structuring more than $200 million worth of loans at Atherton Capital. Rattler earned his MBA with a real estate concentration at UNC’s Kenan Flagler Business School.

In addition to sourcing and completing acquisitions, his responsibilities at 29SC include complete oversight of the projects including selecting third-party management and overseeing all capital projects, marketing/design and dispositions.

  For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Terri Thornton
Partner, Thornton Communications
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