Colliers hires statewide mortgage banking team

Miami /
Feb.February 05, 2017 03:00 PM

Colliers International hired three mortgage bankers in the Central Florida market to lead a Tampa-based capital markets group in support of the brokerage firm’s offices across the state.

Donald Jennewein and Michael Strober joined Colliers as senior managing directors of capital markets, and the firm hired Nathan Lynch as managing director.

Jennewein, Strober and Lynch will work closely with Colliers brokers, particularly investment sales teams, providing debt and equity financing services.

Jennewein has more than 25 years of experience in the mortgage banking industry with transactions totaling more than $5 billion, predominantly in the retail, multifamily, office and industrial sectors. He has significant experience in loan origination, underwriting, appraisal, coordination of loan closings, cultivation of developer clients and negotiation of loan terms.

Strober has more than 40 years of experience in real estate finance and investments. He specializes in structuring debt and equity in  the commercial real estate industry. Strober represents U.S. and Canadian investors and has been involved in national transactions that exceed $10 billion.

Lynch has more than 10 years of experience in the mortgage banking industry. Over the last two years, he originated $400 million in loans in the United States and the United Kingdom. His loan origination experience includes construction and permanent finance, and his property-type specialties are retail, multifamily, office, hospitality and industrial.


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