ECI Group Taps Levitt as Chief Acquisitions Policeman in Atlanta

ECI Team Touches Levitt as Chief Acquisitions Police Officer in Atlanta

Atlanta-based multifamily owner and designer ECI Team has hired Scott Levitt as Chief Acquisitions Officer in Atlanta. In his brand-new duty, Levitt will be in charge of beginning as well as growing a devoted multifamily procurement system for ECI in the Southeastern USA and also Texas and also for all personality task at the company.

Levitt is an apartment or condo financial investment expert who has finished over $2.3 billion in acquisitions, growth, funding, dispositions and also joint venture equity investment transactions over the past 2 decades. Before joining ECI, Levitt worked as Southeast Companion for Strand Communities, in charge of all financial investment, possession management and functional activity for the business. Levitt also offered as vice president of purchases for the Southeast Region at Passco Cos.

“ECI is excited to invite Scott to lead our procurements platform,” claimed James Baugnon head of state at ECI Funding. “His substantial history in multifamily investing as well as transactional record placement ECI to expand more strongly with acquisition task in the Southeastern USA as well as Texas. Our goal is to obtain and remodel 1,500 units of market price multifamily units each year, consisting of garden, mid-rise and also skyscraper, dependent on market need. With ECI’s fully vertically incorporated framework as a developer, contractor as well as manager, we have the ability and also resources to implement this plan.”

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Published at Thu, 25 Feb 2021 17:13:06 +0000

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