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Current responsibilities
Matthew Crossley is a Vice President in the Real Estate Investment Banking Group in Washington, D.C.  Matt joined the team in April of 2012 and focuses on business development and production, as well as execution of transactions.

Debt and Equity Financing

Years of experience

8 years

Prior to joining JLL, Matt was the founder of Carson Capital Partners (CCP), where he focused on business development, investment advisory and underwriting, as well as financial modeling assignments. 

During his tenure with CCP, Matt provided the financial modeling and investment underwriting for MD7 Partners to facilitate the equity raise and acquisition & rehabilitation of an 81 Unit apartment complex in Northwest, Washington, DC. 

Matt was also contracted by City Street Properties to build the company's proprietary financial models to analyze land development and home building investment opportunities.

Matt also worked in the Asset Management division of Real Estate Capital Partners (RECAP) where he provided financial analysis, asset management and reporting for multifamily assets and development sites that totaled over 8,000 rental units across the United States with an estimated value of over $2.5 Billion Dollars.

Additionally he provided financial analysis and asset management support for over 3 million square feet of U.S., Class-A office and retail space owned by European investment funds Deka Immobilien GmbH, IVG Institutional Funds GmbH and SEB Investment GmbH.

Key clients
Federal Capital Partners

Matt received his B.A. in Communication Studies from UNG-Greensboro and a Masters in Real Estate focused on Finance from Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies.

• Member of the advisory board for Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies in Real Estate and he is also an assistant professor in the program’s Real Estate Finance class.
• Member of Refugee Internationals Young Humanitarian Board (YHC) and has been a member for three years.