Hunt Real Estate Capital names new director

by Duffie Osental07 Feb 2019

Commercial real estate lender Hunt Real Estate Capital, formerly Hunt Mortgage Group, has announced that Sloan Stevens has joined the firm as a director.

At his new role in Hunt, Stevens will focus on closing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac small-balance multifamily loans nationwide. He will be based in Birmingham, Ala., and reports to Owen Breheny, managing director at Hunt.

"Sloan is a highly qualified commercial real estate executive with more than 16 years of experience in originating and closing deals for clients nationwide," said Breheny. "He has a solid track record that spans several disciplines, including commercial real estate portfolio management, financial services, and investment sales. With a deep knowledge of both business operations and capital markets, Stevens provides valuable insights and successful outcomes for his clients."

"We are pleased that Sloan has made the decision to join Hunt and our dynamic team in Birmingham," said Chad Hagwood, senior managing director, Southeast regional manager and head of the Birmingham office at Hunt Real Estate Capital. "Hunt is known for its dedication to serving customers, its entrepreneurial spirit, and the commitment to innovation within the commercial real estate lending industry. Sloan is a nice addition to our top-notch team."

"The small-balance loan product has proven to be a very successful lending option at Hunt Real Estate Capital," said Breheny. "Adding Sloan to our dedicated team to focus on this product will help us serve clients throughout all markets and reach our growth goals."

Stevens has completed Level I of the CFA Institute's chartered financial analyst program, is a certified commercial investment member of the CCIM Institute and earned his commercial real estate development certificate from New York University. In addition, he holds a qualifying broker license from the Alabama Real Estate Commission.

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