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Nate Barnson promoted to managing director of NorthMarq’s Salt Lake City office

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (January 29, 2020) – The Salt Lake City office of NorthMarq announces the promotion of Nate Barnson to managing director. In his new role, Barnson will co-manage the daily operations of the Salt Lake City office with managing director John Bradshaw.

Along with his new leadership duties, Barnson will continue to work with diverse capital sources to originate, underwrite and close construction, permanent and bridge financing. In his career, he has closed more than $2 billion of financing with various lenders including banks, insurance companies, CMBS, credit unions, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and HUD along with private capital, and equity sources.

“I look forward to co-managing the Salt Lake City office, along with my mentor John Bradshaw. I think we have a great future ahead of us, and having all of the tools and resources that being part of NorthMarq has brought to the table will enable us to provide the best financing solutions to our clients for years to come,” said Barnson.

“Nate has been a great friend and partner for many years. His promotion is well deserved,” said Bradshaw. “He’s one of the best mortgage bankers in the industry. He’s smart, works hard, understands the nuances of the deal, finds solutions, and gets deals done. He’s a pro.”

Barnson has nearly 20 years of commercial real estate experience. He spent two years working for a private developer remediating and developing brown-field real estate, and one year as a co-founder of The Utah East Africa Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that built an AIDS relief clinic in Uganda, Africa. He joined Western Capital Realty Advisors in 2005 until they were acquired by NorthMarq in 2017.

Barnson earned dual Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Utah in Economics and Spanish, and has an MBA from Westminster College. He is also a licensed real estate agent in the state of Utah.

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Adam Cornelius joins NorthMarq Capital’s Salt Lake City production office with eye on affordable housing solutions

SALT LAKE CITY (January 24, 2018) – NorthMarq Capital, a leader in financing commercial real estate throughout the United States, announced today that Adam Cornelius has joined its Salt Lake City office serving as vice president.

In his new role at NorthMarq, Cornelius will originate, underwrite and close commercial real estate transactions involving both debt and equity solutions for clients, sourced through the entire capital stack. Cornelius works across all property type for the “life of the loan,” but focuses on multifamily properties with an affordable component.

Cornelius comes to NorthMarq, having been involved in the commercial real estate industry since 2010. Having spent time at both Western Capital and later Marcus & Millichap as an originator, he has developed an optimism for the Salt Lake City CRE industry, which has experienced remarkable growth over the past few years.

“Adam is a great addition to our team,” said John Bradshaw, senior vice president/managing director of NorthMarq Capital’s Salt Lake City office. “A lifelong Utah resident, he brings wonderful market knowledge and a host of excellent relationships to our group. And our agency platform is a perfect fit for his affordable housing passion.”

Cornelius has a B.A. in Economics from the University of Utah. He actively supports Escalera, an organization that provides educational opportunities to children in Mexico.

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