SARA Investment Real Estate, a full-service commercial investment real estate firm, today announced the appointment of Peter Ginn as Vice President of Asset Management. Ginn is based in the firm’s headquarters in Madison.
In this role, Ginn will oversee the growth and direction of SARA’s Asset Management and Property Management departments, with a specific focus on capital structuring of transactions, dispositions and refinancing. He will play an integral role in SARA property dispositions and redevelopment projects, and will serve as a member of SARA’s executive leadership team.
Ginn has more than 25 years’ experience in the commercial real estate industry, most recently as Senior Vice President – Industrial Investments with Wangard Partners in Milwaukee.
“We are extremely pleased to have Peter join our firm,” said Traci Dalsin, President of SARA Investment Real Estate. “His expertise in development, investment and leasing, along with his deep knowledge of the Midwest market, are of tremendous value to our investors and our company.”
Ginn holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa and studied computer science at Florida State University. He is a board member at the Wisconsin Parkinson Association and active in several industry organizations including the Commercial Association of Realtors – Wisconsin (CARW) and NAIOP – Wisconsin, where he served as a board member. He also is a member of the Wisconsin REALTORS® Association (WRA).
About SARA Investment Real Estate
With offices in Madison, Milwaukee, Minneapolis and St. Louis, SARA Investment Real Estate attains, develops, leases, finances and manages high quality properties throughout the Midwest. SARA builds successful partnerships with investors, tenants, financial partners, other developers and employees to complete and manage quality projects. The firm provides commercial real estate solutions to select investors through a network of institutional and wealth management partners. SARA, founded in 1997, manages properties valued at more than $230 million and growing.
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