6.30.13: Bob Taylor Joins ValueXpress

Bob Taylor, a 15-year veteran in commercial real estate lending, has joined ValueXpress effective July 1. Bob will be primarily responsible for commercial loan originations in the western portion of the United States.  Bob will be based in Salt Lake City, Utah.

“Bob brings an outstanding breadth of experience to the ValueXpress team from his stints at Johnson Capital, Greystone, Arbor Commercial Mortgage and Madison Capital,” commented Michael D. Sneden, Executive Vice President at ValueXpress.  “Bob produced primarily HUD 223f and 221d4 multifamily loans at these shops and is excited to broaden his menu to include Fannie/Freddie and CMBS multifamily loan products.” In addition, Bob will be originating CMBS conduit loans secured by commercial properties from his extensive contacts with developers, investors, commercial bankers and other intermediaries.

“I am very excited to be working with Mike and his team,” said Bob.  “ValueXpress has an excellent reputation in the market for service. They get it done, but the firm is not as well known in the West. My job will be the get the word out and markedly increase the volume of originations west of the Mississippi.”

“I am particularly energized to originate CMBS conduit loans, given the resurgence of the product since 2010 and the ability to fund loans is all 50 states,” said Bob.  “I will be hitting the primary markets in my region to kick off – Salt Lake, Denver, Albuquerque, Phoenix and Las Vegas.”  Bob can be reached at btaylor@valuexpress.com or at 801-499-0213.

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