CINCINNATI, OHIO (July 27, 2020) – NorthMarq’s Cincinnati office welcomed Chase Dawson to its team as vice president. He will assist in the development of debt and equity transactions under the leadership of managing directors Susan Branscome and Noah Juran. Chase will primarily focus on sourcing debt and equity for Multifamily and Industrial transactions with a secondary focus on self-storage, office, retail, and hotels.
“We are thrilled to have Chase join our Cincinnati office. Chase has a unique background that combines both real estate and sales and is a natural fit for our local team in Cincinnati. He is a pleasure to work with and we look forward to watching Chase grow individually and as part of the team. NorthMarq brings Chase a plethora of financing and equity sources to rely upon as he builds his career,” said Juran.
Dawson has been involved in commercial real estate and sales for six years. Prior to joining NorthMarq from ConstructConnect, he led a team of Business Development Representatives for two years while hitting his own sales goals. Before this, he worked as the Lead Transaction Management Coordinator at CBRE. At CBRE, Dawson assisted in all transactions related to Fifth Third Bank in the Southeast region. At the end of 2016, he started his own residential real estate investment company focusing on smaller multi-family value add properties which he still runs today. As a finance major, Dawson joined Plummer, Daffin and Associates in 2016 as an Associate Financial Representative upon graduation for two years. While attending college, he was an intern at Phillips Edison, The Landstone Group, and Miller-Valentine working in property management and leasing.
“I am excited to be part of an office that has such strong producers and analysts for me to learn from, and an organization with such a great reputation and deep capital sources. I am looking forward to hitting the ground running,” said Dawson.
Dawson holds a Bachelor's degree in Finance with a minor in Real Estate from the University of Cincinnati. He was a student member of the ICSC and Alpha Rho while attending UC, and received scholarships from both organizations.