Ruth Davis joins NorthMarq Capital’s Dallas office as vice president

DALLAS (May 9, 2017) – NorthMarq Capital, a leader in financing commercial real estate throughout the United States, announced today that Ruth Davis has joined its Dallas regional office in the role of vice president. In her new role at NorthMarq, Davis will focus on sourcing debt and equity opportunities for all product types throughout the country. Davis comes to the Dallas team after three years with Dougherty Mortgage, where she originated loans on a national level for seniors housing and multifamily properties. Prior to Dougherty, Davis specialized in healthcare brokerage at Swearingen, preceded by healthcare and commercial valuation/consulting at Integra Realty Resources. Prior to Integra, Davis was the senior managing director at Landauer/Grubb & Ellis preceded by valuation/consulting services at Cushman & Wakefield. In the community, Davis is involved with numerous professional organizations, including CCIM Dallas Chapter, REFEA (Real Estate Financial Association), Executive Women’s Healthcare Alliance, NIC (National Investment Center for Senior Housing), ASHA (American Senior Housing Association) as well as Dallas Real Estate Ministries (DREM), Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni & Honorary Member of the Aggie Real Estate Network. Davis is a past president of REFEA and served on the Board of Directors of CREW Dallas. “We are pleased to have Ruth join the NorthMarq team,” said Jeff Erxleben, executive vice president/regional manager based in NorthMarq’s Dallas office. “Her extensive experience with seniors housing and multifamily coupled with our expanded scope of direct financing options, will allow her to bring creative solutions to our client relationships.” Davis earned both a Bachelor’s degree in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics and a Master’s degree in Real Estate Appraisal and Investment Analysis from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also earned the MAI designation and has an active Texas Real Estate salesperson license.
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